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Discounted Subscription to the JBCA

March 23, 2016

In order to provide users quick access to the Journal of Benefit-Cost Analysis, the SBCA would like to offer a limited number of reduced rate institutional subscriptions to the journal for the entire year 2016.

This offer is made possible by funding from a MacArthur Foundation grant of a generous but finite amount; subsidized subscriptions are available first come, first served.

Your institution can subscribe to the journal for just $25 (full 2016 rate $289). This subscription will entitle you to access volumes 1-7 (2010-2016) of JBCA online and must be activated by August 1, 2016.

Successful SBCA Conference and Workshops

March 23, 2016

The Society for Benefit-Cost Analysis Eighth Annual Conference and Meeting took place on March 16-18 in Washington, DC.

Thank you to all who participated! We had a record turnout of 300 conference attendees and nearly 50 pre-conference professional development workshop attendees. Participants traveled from 10 international countries, as well as 24 U.S. states and the District of Columbia, and represented academic, government and private organizations.

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).

SBCA Represented at Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting

December 14, 2015 

Last week, SBCA co-sponsored five panels at the Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting in Arlington, Virginia, as well as represented SBCA and the Journal of Benefit-Cost Analysis at an exhibit booth. The panel sessions were well-attended and panelists included several SBCA Board members, as well as additional experts from among our membership. 

2016 Board Officers and New Members Elected

December 7, 2015

The Society is pleased to announce the results of its annual election. We welcome several distinguished practitioners and scholars to our Board.  We thank all the members who participated in the voting process and hope you will join us in congratulating the Society’s recently elected officers and new Board members for 2016. The terms of the new Board members are staggered to equalize the number of positions that open each year.

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