The workshop will act as a forum to discuss benefit-cost analysis (CBA) practices worldwide by bringing together institutional stakeholders, academics and practitioners. It will specifically address a comparison between the US, European, and international perspectives and experiences in carrying out the benefit-cost analysis of projects and policies. The keynote address will be given by Lynn Karoly, SBCA President.
The workshop is offered in conjunction with the 7th edition of the Milan Summer School on Cost-Benefit Analysis of Major Projects from September 28-23, 2017. It is included for summer school students or is offered free of charge to SBCA members (80 Euros for non-students who are not SBCA members). For more information on the workshop, visit CSIL's website. The registration deadline is August 25, 2017, and space is limited.
SBCA members are also encouraged to apply to the Milan Summer School on Cost-Benefit Analysis, and can receive a 20% discount on the required fee. Please visit the CSIL website for application information.