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What does C-BA stand for?
C-BA stands for Cost-Benefit Analysis
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Many lawmakers are turning to cost-benefit analysis to help make complex decisions, such as whether it is in the best interest of the state to invest in building a new prison or support a drug rehabilitation program.
In 1982, GAO recommended that GPO conduct a cost-benefit analysis of the various options available to address the inefficiencies in its facilities.
New Foundations of Cost-Benefit Analysis by Mathew D.
Certainly, that cost-benefit analysis may be different in a country with a much higher rate of HW infection, but I think the article's portrayal of circumcision as a no-brainer is far too simplistic.
When finally called out on his use of the secret hold, Stevens said he was worried about possible bureaucratic snafus in implementation and wanted to wait for a cost-benefit analysis.
Under former administrator John Graham, the OIRA emphasized the importance of cost-benefit analysis when reviewing proposed federal agency regulations that had to funnel through his office.