cost-benefit ratio

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cost-benefit ratio

a mathematic representation of the relationship of the cost of an activity to the benefit of its outcome or product.
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The cost benefit ratio of the scheme is now understood to stand at 2:1 (pounds 2 of benefit for each pound spent), which was better than when it was first proposed in 2004.
Since the collapse of the scheme in November, 2005, there have been many changes which could strengthen Merseyside's case: not least Everton FC's proposed ground move to Kirkby - served by Line One - which has improved the original cost benefit ratio.
Assistant Professor, Division of Biostatistics proposes to examine the cost benefit ratio of traditionally taught and computer added learning of letter recognition in preschoolers.
First, we need to make the right investment decisions, with the highest cost benefit ratios.