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Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA), Externalities, Shadow Pricing, Public Private Partnership
One of the central tenets of the cost benefit analysis (CBA) literature is the divergence between a project’s financial returns and social evaluation of what is desirable from the larger economic priorities and social goals of development. This article focuses on building a base of CBA for Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL) as a case for Brownfield PPP Airport Project in India. The process of evaluation of the relative merits of the project in terms of the accrued benefits and costs, serves as a template for future frame of reference in similar PPP airport projects.