SBCA Extends 2023 Annual Conference Call for Abstract Submissions

To further enrich the conference program, the Society for Benefit-Cost Analysis has opened a call for late-breaking abstract submissions and extended the deadline for submitting proposals to present online at its 2023 Annual Conference to be held on March 9-10 in person at The George Washington University, Washington, DC, and March 13-14 online.

We are pleased to welcome back participants of our Annual Conference to meet in person in addition to building on the success of the last two years’ online conferences by also allowing for participants who are unable to attend conferences in person. To facilitate conference planning, during the abstract submission process you will be asked to choose between presenting in person, online, or either (at the discretion of the Program Committee). To be guaranteed consideration by the Program Committee, 

  • Submissions to present in person (or either, at the discretion of the Program Committee) must be received by October 31, 2022.

  •  Submissions to present online only must be received by December 5, 2022.

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SBCA's online workshops offer real-time access to world-class authorities from the field of benefit-cost analysis.   

SBCA's online workshops provide opportunities for you to engage with world-class authorities from the field of benefit-cost analysis. All workshops are recorded. Learn at your convenience! Discounts offered for residents of low- and middle-income countries (based on World Bank classification) and full-time students.

Benefit-Cost Analysis for U.S. Regulations 
(Co-sponsored by the Society for Risk Analysis)

October 4  & 5, 2022
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
US Eastern Time

Valuing Time Savings in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

October 27  & 28, 2022
11:00 am - 1:30 pm
US Eastern Time

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The Society for Benefit-Cost Analysis (SBCA) works to improve the theory and practice of benefit-cost analysis and support evidence-based policy decisions. SBCA's global membership includes scholars and practitioners from government, academia, nonprofits and private industry, representing a variety of disciplines, such as economics, law, engineering, public policy, decision science and natural science. SBCA addresses a wide range of policy areas: criminal justice, education, energy, environmental quality, homeland security, poverty, public health, transportation and many others. Society members work with a broad set of methods, including benefit-cost analysis, cost-effectiveness analysis, risk-benefit analysis, applied welfare economic analysis and damage assessments.