2 edition of Water resource investment and the public interest found in the catalog.
Water resource investment and the public interest
Haveman, Robert H.
1965 by Vanderbilt U P .
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Part Water Resources Handbook for Economics National Resource Economics Handbook Chapter 1 Economic Analysis 1–ii (vi, NREH, July ) Tables Table 1–1 An example of incremental analysis 1–12 Table 1–2 Interest and annuity tables 1–22 Table 1–3 Loan repayment schedule for repayment of $1, 1–23 at 8 percent for 3 years. estimated benefits of enhanced investment in water resource development and environmental management. Impact Channel Modeling Results Economy-Wide Modeling Results $8B Water and Environmental Investments impact the economy via a complex interconnection of the economic production factors of labor, capital, and natural resources. Public participation involves people who have a stake in the issue; consequently, the term "stakeholder" often is used when discussing public participation. Stakeholders are individuals or organizations with a concern, an interest, or an investment in a particular issue or resource. Public Law , approved October 1, , ( Stat. ) stipulates that none of the funds appropriated through this or any other Act can be used to alter the method of computing normalized prices for agricultural commodities for use by Federal agencies in evaluating water resources development projects undertaken with Federal funds.
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