Using the cost of incarceration and the benefit of avoiding a crime, a cost-benefit ratio
can be calculated.
Therapeutic treatment and postexposure prophylaxis were shown to be cost-saving, with a cost-benefit ratio
There are times when you do have to assess the cost-benefit ratio
of a situation, whether it's late in a match or you're not wanting to push your body as you get back into it,'' Agassi said.
Dedini tested 26 solvents before settling on ethanol, which had the best cost-benefit ratio
Also, we did not evaluate the efficacy of pesticide spraying for mosquito control or its cost-benefit ratio
with regard to pesticide-related health effects.
The addition of acyclovir suppression therapy to serostatus identification and counseling improved the cost-benefit ratio
This allows the CI unit to evaluate the cost-benefit ratio
of each task, as well as to determine whether any particular internal customer has over-used this resource.
Scholarship programs like Michigan's carry a low cost-benefit ratio
That's the widely accepted notion from the public choice school of economics that says it makes perfect sense, given the high cost-benefit ratio
of public policy savvy, for citizens to have only dim notions of what the hell is going on in government.
We can't calculate a tangible cost-benefit ratio
on such things.
To tip the scales toward a more favorable cost-benefit ratio
for primary care providers, several changes are needed.
Where the cost-benefit analysis of supported employment utilizes the net benefit and the cost-benefit ratio
approaches, the internal rate of return approach is hardly considered in use of rehabilitation programs due to the mathematics involved (Struthers, 1977).