|Statement||by the Comptroller General of the United States.|
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|Pagination|| leaf, vi, , 61 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||61|
In this report, cost-benefit analysis is discussed in relation to its ability to provide decisionmakers useful information on what level of standard and accompanying regu- lation should be recommended for protecting the environment. If properly done, benefit-cost analysis can be of great help to agencies participating in the development of environmental regulations, and it can likewise be useful in evaluating agency decision making and in shaping new laws (which brings us full-circle to the climate legislation that will be developed in the U. Cost-benefit analysis can be useful in assessing environmental regulations, despite limitations: report to the Congress / By United States. General Accounting Office. If properly done, benefit-cost analysis can be of great help to agencies participating in the development of environmental regulations, and it can likewise be useful in evaluating agency decision making and in shaping new laws.
the use of economic analysis in the devel-opment and evaluation of regulations. One specific approach being advocated is bene-fit-cost analysis, an economic tool for com-paring the desirable and undesirable im-pacts of proposed policies. For environmental. Introduction to Cost-Benefit Analysis: Looking for Reasonable Shortcuts. 'Ginés de Rus has produced an excellent book which will be very useful to advanced undergraduate and graduate students in . Cost-Benefit Analysis -Major analytical tool to make decisions on how public expenditures should be used -Flexible nature: Can be used to justify projects, policies, regulations etc. c. an analysis of how the environmental movement and world economy interact. d. an analysis of how new environmental regulations will affect the U.S. economy. a. the nature and direction of the .
One of the most vexing questions raised by the cost-benefit analysis of environmental regulation is whether discounting, to reflect the passage of time between the exposure and the harm, is . The present article argues the case for utilizing extended cost-benefit analysis in environmental impact assessment. Environmental assessment requires that all impacts, ecological, economic, and sociological, be integrated Cited by: A philosophical critique of the limitations of Cost-Benefit Analysis in environmental economics and health policy. Cost-benefit analysis is a widely used method in politics and economics as an File Size: KB. File: Environmental Ethics & Created on: 1/16/07 AM Last Printed: 3/3/07 PM FORDHAM ENVIRONMENTAL LAW REVIEW [VOL. XVIII Cost-benefit analysis is the most widespread decision-making tool employed by federal government agencies.4 Broadly speaking, cost-benefit analysis .