New Journal of Benefit-Cost Analysis Issue Available

January 4, 2016

Volume 6, Issue 3 of the JBCA (Fall 2015) is now available. It is a special issue on Benefit-Cost Analysis of Prevention and Intervention Programs for Youth and Young Adults guest edited by Margaret Kuklinski (University of Washington).

Articles include:

  • "Benefit-Cost Analysis of Prevention and Intervention Programs for Youth and Young Adults: Introduction to the Special Issue" by Margaret Kuklinksi
  • “Considering Valuation of Non-Cognitive Skills in Benefit-Cost Analysis of Programs for Children” by Damon Jones, Lynn Karoly, Daniel Crowley, and Mark Greenberg (available open-access)
  • “The Economic Value of Social and Emotional Learning” by Clive Belfield, Brooks Bowden, Alli Klapp, Henry Levin, Robert Shand, and Sabine Zander.
  • “Cost Analysis of a School-Based Social and Emotional Learning and Literacy Intervention” by Katherine Long, Joshua L. Brown, Stephanie M. Jones, J. Lawrence Aber and Brian T. Yates
  • “Benefits and Costs of a Targeted Intervention Program for Youthful Offenders: The YouthBuild USA Offender Project” by Mark Cohen and Alex Piquero
  • “Using Cost-Benefit Analysis to Scale Up Early Childhood Programs through Pay for Success Financing” by Judy Temple and Arthur Reynolds

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