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Eval11 Session 453: Sustainability and Economic Evaluation: Transforming "Is It Cost-Beneficial?" Into "Is It Sustainable?

Traditional economic evaluation asks whether a program or practice is cost-beneficial, i.e., whether the monetary value of its outcomes exceeds the monetary value of resources consumed to produce those outcomes. A program with a net positive benefit can be judged sustainable, however, only if...

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An Introduction to Economic Evaluation Slides from SI10

Sessions Description: Economic evaluation refers to applied analytic methods used to identify, measure, value, and compare the costs and consequences of programs and interventions. This course provides an overview of these methods, including cost analysis, cost-effectiveness analysis (CEA), and...