Journal of Benefit-Cost Analysis
2010 - 2014
Current editor(s): Glenn C. Blomquist and William H. Hoy
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Volume 5, issue 3, 2014
- Introduction to a special issue entitled Perspectives on Implementing Benefit-Cost Analysis in Climate Assessment pp. 333-346
- Sussman Fran, Grambsch Anne, Weaver Christopher P. and Li Jia
- Challenges in applying the paradigm of welfare economics to climate change pp. 347-376
- Sussman Fran, Weaver Christopher P. and Grambsch Anne
- Integrated assessment of climate change: state of the literature pp. 377-409
- Weyant John
- State of the literature on the economic impacts of climate change in the United States pp. 411-443
- Neumann James E. and Strzepek Kenneth
- Improving the practice of economic analysis of climate change adaptation pp. 445-467
- Li Jia, Mullan Michael and Helgeson Jennifer
- The need for multiple types of information to inform climate change assessment pp. 469-485
- Michael Toman
- Embedding (some) benefit-cost concepts into decision support processes with deep uncertainty pp. 487-514
- Lempert Robert J.
Volume 5, issue 2, 2014
- Do regulators overestimate the costs of regulation? pp. 18
- Simpson R. David
- Retrospective cost analyses of EPA regulations: a case study approach pp. 21
- Elizabeth Kopits, Albert McGartland, Morgan Cynthia, Carl Pasurka, Ron Shadbegian, Simon Nathalie B., Simpson David and Ann Wolverton
- National primary drinking water regulation for arsenic: A retrospective assessment of costs pp. 26
- Morgan Cynthia and Simon Nathalie B.
- Ex ante and ex post cost estimates of the Cluster Rule and MACT II Rule pp. 30
- Morgan Cynthia, Carl Pasurka and Ron Shadbegian
- A retrospective assessment of the costs of EPA’s 1998 Locomotive Emission Standards pp. 30
- Elizabeth Kopits
- Retrospective evaluation of costs associated with methyl bromide critical use exemptions for open field strawberries in California pp. 33
- Ann Wolverton
Volume 5, issue 1, 2014
- Letter from the Editors for the JBCA, Volume 5, Issue 1 (2014) June 17, 2014 pp. 1
- Glenn Blomquist and William Hoyt
- Behavioral economics and policy evaluation pp. 21
- Timothy Brennan
- Role of BCA in TIGER grant reviews: common errors and influence on the selection process pp. 25
- Homan Anthony C.
- Identifying the analytical implications of alternative regulatory philosophies pp. 35
- Fraas Art and Morgenstern Richard
- Estimating the social value of higher education: willingness to pay for community and technical colleges pp. 39
- Glenn Blomquist, Kenneth Troske, Coomes Paul A., Christopher Jepsen and Brandon Koford
- A benefit-cost framework for early intervention to prevent sex trading pp. 45
- Martin Lauren and Lotspeich Richard
Volume 4, issue 3, 2013
- A cost-benefit analysis of Tulsa’s IDA program pp. 263-300
- David Greenberg
- Congressional modification of benefit-cost analysis as a vehicle for particularized benefits and a limitation on agency discretion: the case of the federal contract tower program pp. 301-333
- Mills Russell W.
- Benefit-cost analysis of accelerated replacement of Hong Kong’s pre-Euro IV buses pp. 335-360
- Leung Weiwen
- Accounting for systematic risk in benefit-cost analysis: a practical approach pp. 361-373
- Hansen Jason and Lipow Jonathan
- Benefit-cost analysis: government compensation vs. consumer tax model pp. 375-389
- Schmitz Andrew, Haynes Dwayne J. and Schmitz Troy G.
- The most appropriate discount rate pp. 391-400
- David Burgess and Zerbe Richard O.
- The choice of the social discount rate and the opportunity cost of public funds pp. 401-409
- Moore Mark A., Aidan Vining and Anthony Boardman
- Scitovsky reversals in benefit-cost analysis with normal goods pp. 411-413
- Richard Just, Schmitz Andrew and Zerbe Richard O.
Volume 4, issue 2, 2013
- Regional variation, holdouts, and climate treaty negotiations pp. 131-157
- J Holladay and Livermore Michael A.
- A cost-benefit framework for evaluating conditional cash-transfer programs pp. 159-180
- Robert Brent
- A cost-benefit analysis: implementing temporary disability insurance in Washington State pp. 181-208
- Jacoby Dan F.
- Cost-benefit analyses of sprinklers in nursing homes for elderly pp. 209-235
- Jaldell Henrik
- The value of a statistical life: some clarifications and puzzles pp. 237-261
- Cass Sunstein
Volume 4, issue 1, 2013
- More appropriate discounting: the rate of social time preference and the value of the social discount rate pp. 1-16
- Moore Mark A., Aidan Vining and Anthony Boardman
- Regulatory policy: what role for retrospective analysis and review? pp. 17-38
- Randall Lutter
- New risk rates, inter-industry differentials and the magnitude of VSL estimates pp. 39-80
- Scotton Carol R.
- Water quality indices and benefit-cost analysis pp. 81-105
- Patrick Walsh and William Wheeler
- Skills of the trade: valuing health risk reductions in benefit-cost analysis pp. 107-130
- Lisa Robinson and James Hammitt
Volume 3, issue 4, 2012
- Implications of a Weaker Form of Complementarity pp. 1-10
- Neill Jon R.
- Gain and Loss Domains and the Choice of Welfare Measure of Positive and Negative Changes pp. 1-20
- Knetsch Jack L., Yohanes Riyanto and Zong Jichuan
- News and Social Cost: The Case of Oil Spills and Distant Viewers pp. 1-24
- Robert Farrow and Larson Douglas M.
- The Costs and Benefits of Intensive Forest Management pp. 1-25
- Brännlund Runar, Carlén Ola, Lundgren Tommy and Marklund Per-Olov
- Economic Costs and Benefits of Promoting Healthy Takeaway Meals at Workplace Canteens pp. 1-29
- Jorgen Jensen, Morten Mørkbak and Jonas Nordström
Volume 3, issue 3, 2012
- An Empirical Estimate of the Labor Response Function for Benefit-Cost Analysis pp. 1-12
- Donald Vitaliano
- The Economic Cost of Conscription and an Upper Bound on the Value of a Statistical Life: Hedonic Estimates from Two Margins of Response to the Vietnam Draft pp. 1-37
- Rohlfs Chris
- Benefit-Cost Analysis of Environmental Projects: A Plethora of Biases Understating Net Benefits pp. 1-25
- Philip Graves
- Taking "All Men Are Created Equal" Seriously: Toward a Metric for the Intergroup Comparison of Utility Functions Through Life Values pp. 1-30
- Courard-Hauri David and Lauer Stephen A.
- Cost Benefit Analysis of Centralized Wastewater Reuse Systems pp. 1-30
- Liang Xiao and Pieter van Dijk Meine
- External Benefits of Brownfield Redevelopment: An Applied Urban General Equilibrium Analysis pp. 1-33
- Vermeer Niels and Wouter Vermeulen
Volume 3, issue 2, 2012
- The Normative Implications of Political Decision-Making for Benefit-Cost Analysis pp. 1-36
- Krutilla Kerry and Alexeev Alexander
- Accounting for Nonmarket Impacts in a Benefit-Cost Analysis of Underground Coal Mining in New South Wales, Australia pp. 1-29
- Gillespie Rob and Marit Kragt
- Developing General Equilibrium Benefit Analyses for Social Programs: An Introduction and Example pp. 1-52
- Henry Klaiber and V. Smith
- Measuring The Social Opportunity Cost of Labor In Mexico pp. 1-41
- Guillermo-Peon Sylvia B. and Arnold Harberger
- Scitovsky Reversals and Practical Benefit-Cost Analysis pp. 1-12
- Richard Just, Andrew Schmitz and Zerbe Richard O.
Volume 3, issue 1, 2012
- Skills of the Trade: The Tufts Cost-Effectiveness Analysis Registry pp. 1-9
- Thorat Teja, Cangelosi Michael and Neumann Peter J.
- Institutional Safeguards for Cost Benefit Analysis: Lessons from the Chilean National Investment System pp. 1-30
- Andres Gomez-Lobo
- Toward Standardization of Benefit-Cost Analysis of Early Childhood Interventions pp. 1-45
- Karoly Lynn A.
- Is Mandatory Project Evaluation Always Appropriate? Dynamic Inconsistencies of Irreversible and Reversible Projects pp. 1-31
- Kono Tatsuhito and Notoya Hiromichi
- Indirect Effects in Cost-Benefit Analysis pp. 1-27
- Jan Rouwendal