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PVI for each option: BAU=$160k; A=$180k; B=$170k. Option A is best. C0=$90k; C1=$112.5k; borrows $22k; diagram omitted.
NPV of each option: R=$55.2 M; S=$60.8 M. S is best. Alternately, the PV cost of each: BAU=$266.7M; R $211.5M (saving of $55.2 vs. BAU); S=$205.9M (saving of $60.8M vs. BAU).
EV of each option: BAU=-$8 M; D=-$4 M; C=-$6 M. D is best.
EV without the consultant = $27.5 M; EV with the consultant when the consultant's price is X = $30.1 M - X. WTP for the consultant = $2.6 M.
Q=56; P=$356; profit=$256.
Q=26; P=$530; profit=$13,520.
PV of monopoly profits if the project succeeds and is approved=$168.5k; ENPV of the project= -$12.3k. The firm should not undertake it.
(a) Annual CS: during monopoly=$6760; after monopoly=$27,040. PV of CS=$288k; EPV of CS=$34.6k.
(b) Firm's ENPV with the policy=$4.7k; firm would proceed with the project. Goverment's EV=$17.6k. Not required: total gain=$22.3k, which is exactly the sum of the original gains to each of the parties: $34.6k-$12.3k.