A method to evaluate investment projects in Indonesian defence institutions.
Kakiay, Thomas Jappy
Sovereign, Michael G.
Peterson, Alan A.
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This thesis explores methods to evaluate investment projects in Indonesian Defence Institutions. It deals with four methods for evaluating investment projects. The first is concerned with investment criteria for the projects that have available information on comparable benefits and cost. The second is the least-cost method for the projects with non-available information but having equal benefits. The third is concerned with evaluating production cost for investment. The fourth is concerned with capital budgeting methods for multiple decisions. For each method an example will be given.
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