Journal of Benefit-Cost Analysis

September 13, 2016

The Summer 2016 issue of the JBCA is available now and has a new look!

The issue includes:

  • "A Simple Stated Preference Tool for Estimating the Value of Travel Time in Rural Africa" by Joseph Cook, Peter Kimuyu, Annalise Blum, and Josephine Gatua
  • "Hedonic Vices: Fixing Inferences about Willingness-To- Pay in Recent House-Value Studies" by John Yinger and Nguyen-Hoang
  • “The Private and Social Benefits of Double Majors” by Alison Del Rossi and Joni Hersch
  • “How Effective Are Federally Mandated Information Disclosures?” by Arthur Fraas and Randall Lutter
  • “Bureaucratic Benefit-Cost Analysis and Policy Controversy” by Ryan P. Scott, Tyler A. Scott, and Richard Zerbe

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