Pre-Congress Workshop - "The Benefit-Cost Analysis Reference Case: What It Is and How to Use It"
Half-day, afternoon session
This workshop provides an opportunity to learn more about new reference case guidance for conducting benefit-cost analysis, including case study examples. It covers the underlying concepts, approaches for valuing changes in health and longevity, and practical implementation. Specific topics will be tailored to participants’ interests.
ERSA Congress, Lyon France - Joint SBCA ERSA Session on Evaluation
SBCA and the European Regional Science Association (ERSA) welcome proposals for contributions for a special session on evaluation. The session will gather scholars using various evaluation techniques in the areas of interest of Regional Science. The proposed presentation can relate to Cost Benefit Analysis or other assessment techniques, preferably quantitative. We welcome contributions that take a comparative or transversal view on various techniques. This applies for instance to CGE modelling used for policy assessment. For additional information please contact Jerome Massiani at email@example.com
9th Edition Milan Summer School - Cost Benefit Analysis of Investment Projects
This September, the Society for Benefit-Cost Analysis is co-sponsoring the Milan Summer School. The Milan Summer School offers an intensive and participative learning experience focused on the appraisal (Cost-Benefit Analysis, CBA) of major infrastructure projects, with a focus on those applying for co-financing under the European Structural and Investment Funds in the programming period 2014-2020. The structure of the school reflects the need to provide an overview and introduction to principles and methods of CBA along with a more in-depth understanding of sectoral applications.
Deadlines: Applications open on 13 March; Early Bird Registration ends 30 April 2019; Regular Registration ends 14 June 2019
Society for Benefit-Cost Analysis: European Conference 2019
We are pleased to announce the Society for Benefit-Cost Analysis: European Conference 2019. The SBCA European Conference will be held on November 26-27, at the Toulouse School of Economics. This is the Society's first European Conference.
The conference welcomes submissions on topics closely related to BCA such as non-market valuation, discounting, equity, social policy, regulation, implementation of BCA, etc., and applications to any public policy area, such are environment, transport, health, energy, etc., are encouraged.
Deadlines: Submissions - July 10, 2019; Notification of Acceptance - August 20, 2019; Early Bird Registration & Confirmation of Participation - September 30, 2019
For more information about the Conference, Registration, and Call for Papers visit the Conference Website.