economic appraisal

  • 1Economic appraisal — is a type of decision method applied to a project, programme or policy that takes into account a wide range of costs and benefits, denominated in monetary terms or for which a monetary equivalent can be estimated. Economic Appraisal is a key tool …

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  • 2economic appraisal — A method of capital budgeting that makes use of discounted cash flow techniques to determine a preferred investment. However, instead of using annual projected cash flows in the analysis, the technique discounts over the project s life the… …

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  • 3economic appraisal — A method of capital budgeting that makes use of discounted cash flow techniques to determine a preferred investment. However, instead of using annual projected cash flows in the analysis, the technique discounts over the project s life the… …

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  • 4Appraisal — may refer to:* A decision making process: ** Appraisal (decision analysis) a decision method ** Project appraisal comparing options to deliver an objective ** Economic appraisal an appraisal based on comparison of monetary equivalents* Property… …

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  • 5appraisal — See performance appraisal See also economic appraisal; financial appraisal …

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  • 6economic benefits — The projected benefits revealed by an economic appraisal. Economic benefits are usually gains that can be expressed in financial terms as the result of an improvement in facilities provided by a government, local authority, etc. For example, the… …

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  • 7economic benefits — The projected benefits revealed by an economic appraisal Economic benefits are usually gains that can be expressed in financial terms as the result of an improvement in facilities provided by a government, local authority, etc. For example, the… …

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  • 8economic costs — The projected costs revealed by an economic appraisal. Economic costs differ from financial costs in that they exclude the transfer payments within the economy, which arise when an investment is made. In the construction of a road, for example,… …

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  • 9economic costs — The projected costs revealed by an economic appraisal Economic costs differ from financial costs in that they exclude the transfer payments within the economy, which arise when an investment is made. In the construction of a road, for example,… …

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  • 10appraisal — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ honest, realistic ▪ detailed, full ▪ A detailed appraisal of the plan will now be carried out. ▪ independent ▪ …

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  • 11economic systems — Introduction       the way in which humankind has arranged for its material provisioning. One would think that there would be a great variety of such systems, corresponding to the many cultural arrangements that have characterized human society.… …

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  • 12economic forecasting — Prediction of future economic activity and developments. Economic forecasts, which range from a few weeks to many years, are widely used in business and government to help formulate policy and strategy. Macroeconomic forecasts predict the course… …

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  • 13economic stabilizer — Any of the institutions and practices in an economy that serve to reduce fluctuations in the business cycle through offsetting effects on the amounts of income available for spending (disposable income). The progressive income tax, unemployment… …

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  • 14appraisal */ — UK [əˈpreɪz(ə)l] / US noun [countable/uncountable] Word forms appraisal : singular appraisal plural appraisals 1) an opinion about how successful, effective etc someone or something is a critical appraisal of the government s economic strategy 2) …

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  • 15appraisal — ap|prais|al [ ə preızl ] noun * 1. ) count an official statement about how valuable a piece of property is: We had an appraisal made on the house. 2. ) count or uncount an opinion about how successful, effective, etc. someone or something is: a… …

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  • 16Economic Depreciation — A measure of the decrease in value of an asset over a specific period of time. This usually pertains to property such as real estate that can lose value due to indirect causes such as the addition of new construction in close proximity to the… …

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  • 17economic — adj. Economic is used with these nouns: ↑achievement, ↑activity, ↑advance, ↑advancement, ↑advantage, ↑adviser, ↑affair, ↑agenda, ↑aid, ↑analysis, ↑appraisal, ↑ …

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  • 18appraisal — The assessment of alternative courses of action with a view to establishing which action should be taken. Appraisals may be financial, economic, or technical in emphasis. See: decision making …

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  • 19Project appraisal — is a generic term that refers to the process of assessing, in a structured way, the case for proceeding with a project or proposal. It often involves comparing various options, using economic appraisal or some other decision analysis… …

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  • 20financial appraisal — The use of financial evaluation techniques to determine which of a range of possible alternatives is preferred. Financial appraisal usually refers to the use of discounted cash flow techniques but it may also be applied to any other approaches… …

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