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Anthony E. Boardman is the Van Dusen Professor of Business Administration at the University of British Columbia. David H. Greenberg is Professor Emeritus of Economics at the University of Maryland, Baltimore. Aidan R. Vining is Professor of Business and Government Relations at Simon Fraser University, British Columbia. David L. Weimer is the Edwin E. Witte Professor of Political Economy at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Preface. Part I. Overview: 1. Introduction to cost-benefit analysis; 2. Conceptual foundations of cost-benefit analysis; Part II. Fundamentals of CBA: 3. Microeconomic foundations of cost-benefit analysis; 4. Valuing benefits and costs in primary markets; 5. Valuing benefits and costs in secondary markets; 6. Discounting benefits and costs in future time periods; 7. Dealing with uncertainty: expected values, sensitivity analysis, and the value of information; 8. Option price and option value; 9. Existence value; 10. The social discount rate 1; 11. Predicting and monetizing impacts; Part III. Valuation of Impacts: 12. Valuing impacts from observed behavior: experiments and quasi-experiments; 13. Valuing impacts from observed behavior: direct estimation of demand curves; 14. Valuing impacts from observed behavior: indirect market methods; 15. Contingent valuation: using surveys to elicit information about costs and benefits; 16. Shadow prices from secondary sources; 17. Shadow prices: applications to developing countries 1; Part IV. Related Methods: 18. Cost-effective analysis; 19. Distributionally weighted cost-benefit analysis; 20. How accurate is CBA?; Name index; Subject index.