Identifying High-Return Investments
A Methodology for Assessing When International Cooperation Pays—and for Whom
This chapter proposes a methodology for identifying high-return investments and assessing when international cooperation pays. It describes potentially high-return investments in global public goods and shows how the gains would be distributed across major actor groups. It explains that the underlying logic of the analysis of global net gains from different investment opportunities in global public goods is that the international community would like to invest in goods that bring high social returns for the world.
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