ISC Conservation Economics

93econom


1993
117 pages
Out of stock / Epuisé / Agotado

Contents

FOREWORD
PREFACE
MESSAGE
ICOMOS International Committee on Conservation Economics 

1.0 BACKGROUND 
1.1 Origins 
1.2 Ministry Functions in Conservation. 
1.3 Ministry Objectives 
1.4 The Study Programme 
1.5 Terms of Reference for Year 1 

2.0 COST BENEFIT ANALYSIS FOR THE CULTURAL BUILT HERITAGE: THE CONCEPTUAL FOUNDATION
2.1 What is the Cultural Built Heritage? 
2.2 What is Cost Benefit Analysis? 
2.3 Conservation and Renewal of the Cultural Built Heritage 

3.0 THE BENEFITS OF CONSERVATION OF THE CULTURAL
BUILT HERITAGE 

3.1 The Growing Awareness 
3.2 Primary Economic Benefits 
3.3 Secondary Benefits 
3.4 Distribution Effects
3.5 Summary of Conservation Benefits 

4.0 COST BENEFIT ANALYSIS AS FAMILY OF METHODS 
4.1 Incidence of Costs and Benefits of Conservation. 
4.2 Role of Impact Assessment in Cost Benefit Analysis 
4.3 TheFamily of CBA Methods 
4.4 Value Content of Method 

5.0 FlNANCIAL ANALYSIS 
5.1 General
5.2 The Residual Method of Land Valuations 
5.3 Social Financial Analysis 

6.0 COST REVENUE ANALYSIS 
6.1 General 
6.2 Social Cost Revenue Analysis in Conservation 

 

7. 0 COST BENEFIT ANALYSIS
7. 1 Ex Ante Analysis
7. 2 Ex Post Analysis 

8.0 COMMUNITY IMPACT EVALUATION
8. 1 The Need to Widen Out From Traditional CBA
8. 2 Widening Out Into Community Impact Evaluation
8. 3 Some Features of CIE
8.4 Concepts of Efficiency, Equity and Trade Off in Community Impact Evaluation 
8.5 The Principle of Nesting 
8.6 An Illustration: Chinatown in Centra1 London{16} 
Annexe 1: Chinatown: Working Paper No.3(contents only) 

9.0 MEASUREMENT OF COSTS IN CONSERVATION 
9.1 Financial Cost Compared with Economic Cost 
9.2 How to Assess the True Cost of Conservation 

10.0 MEASUREMENT OF BENEFITS IN CBA AND CBH 
10.1 Diverse Origins and Principles behind Measurement 
10.2 Micro-economic Theory in Cost Benefit Analysis 
10.3 The Consumer Demand Curve 

10.3.1 General 
10.3.2 Consumer Surplus. 
10.3.3 Clawson-Knetsch Demand Curves{2} 
10.3.4 Some Italian Experience 
10.4 Economic Impact Analysis: The Multiplier 
10.5 Value to the Community 
10.6 Multi-dimensional Values 
10.7 A Typology of Measurement 
10.8 Scales of Measurement 

REFERENCES 

BIBLIOGRAPHY 

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