Economic Evaluation of Sustainable Development

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Wednesday, April 24, 2019

The newly published book Economic Evaluation of Sustainable Development by authors Vinod Thomas and Namrata Chindarkar provides evidence of how evaluations can be useful when related to the sustainability of development interventions. Thomas and Chindarkar underline the types of policies and investments that better ensure sustainability, and also determine the best ways sustainability can be evaluated, reported, and acted on.  

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