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NPV of R=$77 million; NPV of B=$70 million; R is best.
Net benefits of A=$60 million; EV of B=$80 million; site B is best.
Profits under BAU=$-15 million; expected profits under P=$-1 million; profits under I=$5 million. I would be preferred by firms and is sufficient to induce them to invest.
EV of hiring the consultant=$38 million; EV of H without the consultant=$10 million; EV of L without the consultant=$5 million. Paying the consultant is best and $28 million better than the next best option.
Q=38, P=$210, profits=0.
Q=34, P=$6900, profits=$231,200.
PV of profits if the project succeeds=$2.881 million; NPV if the project succeeds=$881k; EV of the project=$-1.136 million. No, the firm will not undertake the project.
(a) Total CS if the project succeeds=$4.93 million; expected CS=$1.48 million.
(b) Expected overall payoff to the firm=$154k; the firm would undertake the project. Expected payoff to the government=$188k; the government would proceed.