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Last edited 20 Jan 2021
Sunk cost in buildings
Sunk costs can pose an important dilemma for the funders of building projects, if for example, circumstances change part way through a project. They may then need to weigh up how much they have already spent, against the potential consequences of either proceeding (and potentially throwing good money after bad) or cutting their losses and moving on.
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