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Cost-benefit analysis and the theory of public finance.
Richard A. Musgrave
Offprint from The Journal of Economic Literature, vol. 7 no. 3, Sept., 1969.
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In economics: Public finance the voting process, Scottish economist Duncan Black brought a political dimension to cost-benefit studies. His book The Theory of Committees and Elections () became the basis of public choice theory. As expressed in the book Calculus of Consent () by American economists James Buchanan and Gordon Tullock, public choice theory. Techniques of project appraisal such as cost-benefit analysis are directly concerned with the third level, i.e. microplanning. However, a meaningful interaction with higher levels of planning is crucial to their success. Hence cost-benefit analysis must always be viewed in Cited by:
The book will be of interest to policy makers, postgraduate students and researchers in cost-benefit analysis, welfare economics, public choice, public finance, multi-level government economics, and income distribution : Taylor And Francis. David Weimer is professor of political science and public affairs at the Robert M. La Follette School of Public Affairs. His research focuses broadly on policy craft, institutional design, and health policy. Professor Weimer co-authored Organizational Report Cards and Policy Analysis: Concepts and Practice (4th edition), and Cost-Benefit Analysis (3rd edition).Author: David Weimer.
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Cost-Benefit Analysis and the Theory of Public Finance By RICHARD A. MUSGRAVE Richard A. Musgrave is Professor of Economics in the Harvard University Department of Economics and in the Harvard Law School.
His Theory of Public Finance, published first inis one of the most thoroughly studied interpretive texts in its field. Musgrave, Richard A, "Cost-Benefit Analysis and the Theory of Public Finance," Journal of Economic Literature, American Economic Association, vol.
7(3), pages. Cost-benefit analysis is the examination of a decision in terms of its consequences or costs and benefits. The shadow price of a good measures the net impact on social welfare of a unit increase in the supply of that good by the public sector.
In the context of project evaluation a. Cost–benefit analysis (CBA), sometimes also called benefit–cost analysis or benefit costs analysis, is a systematic approach to estimating the strengths and weaknesses of alternatives used to determine options which provide the best approach to achieving benefits while preserving savings (for example, in transactions, activities, and functional business requirements).
This book addresses these questions with an emphasis on putting the theory into practice. The book has several unique features: readers are encouraged to develop their own skills by applying the tools and techniques of cost-benefit analysis to case studies including a project which is developed through the book; the use of spreadsheets is.
Public Finance: Cost Benefit Analysis. A government’s opportunity cost is the measure of a resource social margin costs incurred when they forgo an alternative. The opportunity cost of a government varies depending on the nature of the market. Government purchases occur when the government buys goods and services on behalf of the public.
The. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Through its concentration on the microeconomic theory of the public sector in the context of capitalist market economics it addresses the subjects traditionally at the heart of public sector economics, including public good theory, theory of taxation, welfare analysis, externalities, tax incidence, cost benefit analysis, and fiscal s: 2.
The theory of cost-benefit analysis is widely used. It contributes to the understanding by giving a formal description of the subject and examining the theoretical basis for some of the techniques that have become the accepted tools of decision-making around the by: Macroeconomic Aspects of Public Finance.
Objective of this note is to provide a basic framework of public finance at the macroeconomic level, starting from fiscal and monetary policy in a standard macroeconomics, public debt in a growing economy, cost-benefit analysis, public goods, international debt and international tax issues. The text uses a consistent application of a nine-step framework for interpreting a cost-benefit analysis.
This edition has been fully revised, updated and re-organized to provide the material more effectively. It presents application over abstract theory and clear discussion over mathematics to appeal to a larger, more diverse audience/5(15).
Public Finance remains the premier textbook on the normative theory of government policy, with the third edition propelling into the twenty-first century its examination of what government ought to be doing instead of what it is doing.
The welfare aspects of public economics receive extensively renewed examination in this third edition. Through its concentration on the microeconomic theory of the public sector in the context of capitalist market economics it addresses the subjects traditionally at the heart of public sector economics, including public good theory, theory of taxation, welfare analysis, externalities, tax incidence, cost benefit analysis, and fiscal federalism.
Applied Welfare Economics: Cost-Benefit Analysis for Project and Policy Evaluation presents a consistent framework for applied welfare economics and is grounded in a comprehensive theory of cost-benefit analysis, specifically focused on offering a practical approach to the empirics of policy and project evaluation.
uction 2. Abstract. Cost–benefit analysis is a widely used technique of applied welfare economics, which is used to throw light on the social desirability of undertaking an economic project. A project can be defined as an act of investment, introduction of a new commodity or a change in policy.
Through its concentration on the microeconomic theory of the public sector in the context of capitalist market economics it addresses the subjects traditionally at the heart of public sector economics, including public good theory, theory of taxation, welfare analysis, externalities, tax incidence, cost benefit analysis, and fiscal Edition: 2.
This book highlights the main concepts and principles of cost-benefit analysis used in real life cases and actual applications. The book contains rich cases, materials and examples of real life CBA applications with emphasis both on physical and non-physical projects and infrastructure developments in Asia and by: 8.
book, Cost−Benefit Analysis for Development: A Practical Guide, is the direct result of those efforts. Intended as a supplement to the Guidelines for the Economic Analysis of Projects, this practical guide provides an overview of recent methodological developments in cost−benefit analysis as well as.
This second edition covers all the main problems that arise in a typical cost-benefit exercise. It is entirely up to date, reflecting the most recent research in the area. Part One covers the main theoretical issues affecting cost-benefit analysis.
Part Two considers the problem of ascribing a monetary value to things. The third part covers six separate case studies drawn from real-life s: 1. Acclaim for the first edition: ‘Professor Brent’s book is a superb and much-needed text in the field of health care evaluation.
The economic approaches for appraisal of health care programs are presented with greater clarity than any other available text. A comprehensive review of cost-minimization, cost-effectiveness analysis, cost–utility analysis, and cost–benefit analysis is given. INTODUCTION TO PUBLIC FINANCE AND TAXATION THEORY.
Public Finance is the term, which has traditionally been used or applied to the packages of those policy problems, which involve the use of tax.Through its concentration on the microeconomic theory of the public sector in the context of capitalist market economics it addresses the subjects traditionally at the heart of public sector economics, including public good theory, theory of taxation, welfare analysis, externalities, tax incidence, cost benefit analysis, and fiscal federalism.4/5(2).Two cost-benefit analysis methods developed from differing economic situations and analytical objectives in the s and s.
The Trade Policy Approach of Ian Little and James Mirrlees analyzed international competitiveness of projects producing private goods and physical infrastructure in markets severely distorted by trade protectionism; it was adopted in by the World Bank; the.