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1 The Demise Of Cost-Benefit Analysis In The World Bank? 9: Estimates Of Output Per Hectare, Selected Crops, Ghana 55 4. 4: Hypothetical Data For Discussion Question No. 2: Rent Capture In The Forest: What Is The Optimum? 1: Investment Criteria 120 Page xiii Foreword In 1993 the World Bank launched a Capacity Building in Environmental Economics Program to support the National Environmental Action Plans (NEAPs) that are emerging across sub-Saharan Africa. With financial support from Norway and Sweden, the World Bank has initiated three activities: (1) short-term training for NEAP economists, (2) grants to fund applied studies and (3) the development of texts for training in environmental economics.
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