by Division of Ecological Services, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Dept. of the Interior in Washington, D.C .
Written in English
|Contributions||U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Division of Ecological Services|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
Economic valuation that includes a broadly market- and nonmarket-based overview of the benefits and costs may well contribute to adjusting economic policies and environmental regulations to the natural science-based knowledge of productive and carrying capacity of ecosystems and the welfare and well-being requirements of human beings. NEW TO THIS EDITION: A new Chapter 2 shows readers how to structure an economic analysis so that it is properly integrated with an impact evaluation and demonstrates how such an evaluation should be articulated to a theory of change.; Enhanced Chapters 3–6 now more clearly explain cost evaluation and provide an explicit separation between identifying ingredients and . The particular type of economic evaluation we use depends on who makes the decision about which intervention to use. For example, at the federal level, the president has to make decisions balancing defense and health. Because the outcomes are different, a benefit-cost analysis that converts outcomes into dollarsFile Size: KB. Economic Evaluation of Sustainable Development “This book focuses on the many problems that arise in evaluating past decisions and informing pending ones over the entire spectrum of policies relating to social and economic development. It takes readers on a guided tour of three main approaches, citing real-world examples in each Size: 2MB.
Summary. Written by experts with real-world experience in applying ergonomics methodology in a range of contexts, Evaluation of Human Work, Fourth Edition explores ergonomics and human factors from a "doing it" perspective. More than a cookbook of ergonomics methods, the book encourages students to think about which methods they should apply, when, and why. This is an excellent book as it provides important information, in great detail where relevant, to students and practitioners of economic evaluation including cost-effectiveness analysis. We used it this year in our graduate-level course on economic evaluation as part of our PhD Program in Health Services Research at Baylor by: Economic Evaluation in Genomic Medicine by Fragoulakis et al. is aimed at non-health economists with an interest in this area. The first half of the book Author: Rob Hastings. Economic evaluation does this by considering the alternative use of those resources, and the benefits that would have been gained from taking an alternative course of action. This is called the.
study, to determine whether a full economic evaluation is warranted or required. For some research questions, answers can be ad-dressed through a cost evaluation (Work-book 5), which is generally less intensive to complete. Full economic evaluations should only be undertaken after an initial analysis to gauge the usefulness of the study. His research interests are economic evaluation of education programs. He has authored three books and over 75 articles in the field of the Economics of Education. A. Brooks Bowden is an Assistant Professor of Methods and Policy in the Educational Leadership, Policy, and Human Development Department at North Carolina State University. She is the /5(3). The purpose of economic evaluation is to inform decisions intended to improve healthcare. The new edition of Methods for the Economic Evaluation of Health Care Programmes equips the reader with the necessary tools and understanding required to undertake evaluations by providing an outline of key principles and a 'tool kit' based on the authors' own experiences 4/5(2). Economic Evaluation in Health Care Merging Theory with Practice Edited by Michael Drummond and Alistair McGuire. The theory and practice of economic evaluation is advancing quickly. This book provides an in-depth discussion of the latest theoretical advances and gives a comprehensive review of the available literature.