D. Retzlaff-Roberts

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Benefit-cost analysis is required by law and regulation throughout the federal government. Robert Dorfman (1996) declares " Three prominent shortcomings of benefit-cost analysis as currently practiced are (1) it does not identify the population segments that the proposed measure benefits or harms (2) it attempts to reduce all comparisons to a single(More)
Companies competing in today's global economy are challenged by two critical yet conflicting issues related to their supply chains. On one hand, they are under ongoing pressure to reduce operational and inventory costs, which requires keeping inventory levels low. On the other hand, they must achieve a high customer service level by having inventory(More)
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