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  1. Developments in Social Impact Assessment

    Developments in Social Impact Assessment

    Edited by Frank Vanclay
    Along with environmental impact assessment, social impact assessment (SIA) has its origins in the 1970s and has developed from being a tool to meet regulatory requirements, to a discipline that seeks to contribute proactively to better project and policy development and to enhance the wellbeing of affected people. This volume, edited by a leading authority in the field, collates the classic articles in the history of SIA along with the most significant recent papers in this expanding area. Learn More
    2014   Hardback Price: $ 455.00   Web: $ 409.50
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  2. Urban Form and Transport Accessibility

    Urban Form and Transport Accessibility

    Edited by Corinne Mulley
    This important collection provides a foundational understanding of the debates surrounding urban form and the ability of land use policy to deliver the preferred urban form. Professor Mulley has selected key published articles from disciplines at the interface of urban economics and transport economics. These are grouped together within a number of themes, beginning with the contribution of central place theories developed in the early twentieth century and ending with contemporary papers providing answers to current issues of cities. Learn More
    2013   Hardback Price: $ 375.00   Web: $ 337.50
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  3. Applied Benefit–Cost Analysis

    Applied Benefit–Cost Analysis

    Edited by Andrew Schmitz, Richard O. Zerbe Jr.
    Benefit–cost analysis reduces all of the impacts of a proposed policy change to a common unit of measurement. It is used in a wide variety of fields including agriculture, life and health, transportation and the environment. In this single volume the editors, both leading scholars in their field, present a judicious selection of previously published papers indispensable to the study of applied benefit–cost analysis. The comprehensive collection is an essential resource to scholars, researchers and policymakers alike. Learn More
    2009   Hardback Price: $ 336.00   Web: $ 302.40
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  4. Benefit–Cost Analysis

    Benefit–Cost Analysis

    Edited by Richard O. Zerbe Jr.
    Benefit–cost analysis is at heart a subject of practicality and usefulness. With this in mind, the editor has chosen the most relevant previously published articles for these volumes. Having explored the theoretical and ethical underpinnings of the subject, the book then addresses some major policy issues and debates. These include the institutional arrangements through which benefit–cost analyses would be most useful to the policy and decision process, the need for a set of principles and standards to unify benefit–cost analysis methods, the use of general equilibrium analysis and the proper treatment of uncertainty and risk. Learn More
    2008   Hardback Price: $ 567.00   Web: $ 510.30
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  5. Cost–Benefit Analysis

    Cost–Benefit Analysis

    Edited by Arnold C. Harberger, Glenn P. Jenkins
    Cost–Benefit Analysis presents an authoritative collection of the most important published articles in the field together with an extensive new introduction by the editors. Whilst focusing on the practical side, looking at applications such as education, transportation and the value of life and health, this important volume also emphasises the essential role of economic theory, with sections on the economic costs of public funds, foreign exchange and labour. The result is an influential selection based on robust and fundamental theoretical propositions – ones that are readily suitable for everyday applications. Learn More
    2002   Hardback Price: $ 392.00   Web: $ 352.80
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