In short, rescinding H-4 visa holders' ability to work fails to meet any credible benefit-cost analysis
. This proposal should thus be rejected by OIRA.
The most striking example of a statement on climate change made recently in the spirit of benefit-cost analysis
is the Stern Review (Stern, 2007).
For a derivation of both the compensating and equivalent variation, see Richard Zerbe & Dwight Dively, Benefit-Cost Analysis
in Theory and Practice (1994).
He teaches environmental ethics, microeconomics, government regulation, law and economics, and benefit-cost analysis
Hammitt, Behavioral Economics and the Conduct of Benefit-Cost Analysis
: Towards Principles and
Banzhaf, "Two Historically Competing Visions for Benefit-Cost Analysis
," Land Economics Vol.
Another important objective is development of a Method of Benefit-Cost Analysis
for application in environmental studies to be carried out in developing countries like Pakistan.
(BCA), also known as cost-benefit analysis, aims to inform the decision-making process with specific types of information, namely measures in monetary terms of willingness to pay for a change by those who will benefit from it, and the willingness to accept the change by those who will lose from it.
Among the topics are the evolution of public involvement in water planning, the theory and practice of benefit-cost analysis
, environmental issues, collaboration between ecologists and economists, real decisions in real political contexts, an overview of American law for allocating water, and making the transition into the 21st century.
"If you're doing a benefit-cost analysis
of the death penalty, was there any deterrence effect of the death penalty?
As this idea relates to Stern, neither policymakers nor economists perusing benefit-cost analysis
in attempting to determine efficient carbon dioxide taxes or regulations can have the information needed for meaningful calculations.
In "Economics at Work," Keith Bur-bank describes the factors governing benefit-cost analysis
in the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) in its efforts to mitigate the effects of prospective natural disasters.