Cost-effectiveness and cost-benefit analysis.

@article{Cellini1998CosteffectivenessAC,
  title={Cost-effectiveness and cost-benefit analysis.},
  author={Stephanie Riegg Cellini and James Edwin Kee},
  journal={The Genetic resource},
  year={1998},
  volume={11 2},
  pages={
          20-1
        }
}
Both cost benefi t analysis (CBA) and cost effectiveness analysis (CEA) are useful tools for program evaluation. Cost effectiveness analysis is a technique that relates the costs of a program to its key outcomes or benefi ts. Cost benefi t analysis takes that process one step further, attempting to compare costs with the dollar value of all (or most) of a program ’ s many benefi ts. These seemingly straightforward analyses can be applied anytime before, after, or during a program implementation… CONTINUE READING

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