By Robert J. Brent
This totally up-to-date re-creation keeps within the vein of its predecessor by way of viewing cost-benefit research as utilized welfare economics, whereas whilst development at the past framework by way of extending the speculation and delivering extra functions in every one chapter.
New for this variation are analyses of conception comparable purposes in psychological overall healthiness, condom social advertising courses, girl basic schooling as a method of stopping HIV/AIDS and the pricing of common fuel. awarded in an built-in demeanour, the theoretical ideas are developed round the major construction blocks of CBA, corresponding to shadow pricing, distribution weights, the social expense and the marginal price of public funds.
This variation will cement the book's position as a huge and available textual content within the box and should be of serious curiosity to graduate and undergraduate scholars of welfare economics and microeconomic idea, in addition to executive economists concerned with any quarter of public coverage.
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Applied Cost-Benefit Analysis (2nd Edition) by Robert J. Brent