European Conference 2019

November 26-27 -- Toulouse, France

The Society is pleased to announce the first European conference was held at the Toulouse School of Economics, November 26-27.  In addition to the material here, please go to the European Conference by clicking here.

As an international group of practitioners, academics and others who are working to improve the theory and application of the tools of benefit-cost analysis (BCA), SBCA welcomed submissions that support the enhanced use of such analysis to promote evidence-based decision making. BCA is defined broadly, including cost analysis, cost effectiveness analysis, risk-benefit analysis, applied welfare economics, damage assessment and other methods. The conference welcomed submissions on topics closely related to BCA such as non-market valuation, discounting, equity, social policy, regulation, implementation of BCA, etc., and applications to any public policy area, such as environment, transport, health, energy, etc., are encouraged.