Making decisions about project structure, contract design and the financial framework can be challenging. CRI personnel help investors make successful choices by identifying critical variables in each project, and then applying modern techniques of financial modelling, applied economic analysis, risk analysis and risk management.
Financial Analysis allows us to model the financial viability of the project, including what-if scenarios and alternative methods of financing.
Economic Analysis quantifies the costs and benefits to the economy, including environmental impacts. Understanding the impact of macroeconomic and policy changes is vital to your project’s sustainability.
Contract Structure and Stakeholder Analysis is where we measure the outcomes for project sponsors, government, consumers, and other stakeholders. This enables us to design contracts that meet the needs of negotiating parties.
Risk Analysis helps us identify the sources of project risk, and design appropriate risk management strategies.
In market that is increasingly unpredictable and complex, this integrated approach is widely becoming the international standard.
Below you will find descriptions of past projects. If you have any inquires or are seeking advisory services in cost-benefit analysis, do not hesitate to contact us
CRI conducted integrated financial, economic and beneficiary analysis for more than 20 investments of the USAID Feed the Future program in Ethiopia. These investments were for a wide range of commodities including: coffee, honey, vegetables, pulses, cereals, beef and dairy sectors. The analysis was performed for farm level production and also larger private investments, including establishment of the abattoir facilities and enhancement of the milk processing plant operations. This project was completed May 2013.
CRI conducted ex-ante cost-effectiveness analysis of the nutrition project for the promotion of exclusive breastfeeding of children from 0 to 5 months of age, and complementary feeding of children from 5 months to 23 months of age.
CRI conducted cost-effectiveness of the Integrated Management of Acute Malnutrition (IMAM) program to identify and successfully treat children with acute malnutrition. In addition, CRI conducted cost-benefit analysis of the domestic production of Ready-to-Use Therapeutic Foods (RUTF) and agricultural investments aimed at improving farm production. This project was completed August 2012.
CRI conducted cost-benefit analyses of possible agricultural investments under by the USAID/Nepal Feed the Future portfolio and identified possible profitable agricultural interventions that might be undertaken.
CRI conducted an evaluation of the alternatives methods of water conservation and supply in Northern Cyprus.
CRI completed cost-benefit analysis of a project to liquefy LNG for export, as well as assess the opportunity cost of natural gas resources for domestic use.
CRI conducted an evaluation of the financial and economic appraisal of the Bueonos Aires – Colonia bridge project for the Comision Binaacional Puente Buenos Aires Colonia and Louis Berger International, Inc. This project was completed in 1998.
CRI completed the financial and economic assessment of the Andean Highway Passes Program for the Inter-American Development Bank as a subcontract to Louis Berger International, Inc. The project was to evaluate alternative road passes between Argentina and Chile and develop strategy for the timing of such investments. This project was completed in 1998.