The purpose of these introductory comments is to set a framework for the examination of SID-related problems. In preparation for this task I examined the 1975 study conducted by CAUR.1 The first chapter contained an examination of alternatives to SID's. These alternatives were derived from a typology of development concepts based on: 1) who made the decisions about public improvements or development and 2) who financed them.
Frost, Murray, "A Framework for Discussing SID-Related Problems" (1985). Publications. 251.