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Journal of Benefit-Cost Analysis Fund

Contribute to the New Journal Fund

SBCA is very pleased to announce a new fund to support the Journal of Benefit-Cost Analysis (JBCA). This fund was created to celebrate the successful tenure of outgoing Journal Editors-in-Chief Glenn C. Blomquist and William H. Hoyt and to support the incoming editorial team led by Thomas J. Kniesner.  Contributions of any size are greatly appreciated.  The Society for Benefit-Cost Analysis is a 501(c)(3) organization as determined by the Internal Revenue Service and is classified as a public charity.  Therefore, contributions are fully deductible under section 170 of the Code.
 
JBCA is the only journal focused on the theory and practice of benefit-cost analysis, and as such, plays a significant role in encouraging the use and usefulness of analysis so as to better inform policy decisions. The journal articles are widely-cited in influential policy documents, including guidance on best practices and recommendations for decision-makers. The articles are also widely used by faculty teaching benefit-cost analysis. If you have not looked at the Journal recently, as a member you can access all of the articles through this link: Go to the Journal Website (non-members can see the titles and abstracts for all issues and read the articles that have been made open-access).
 
The Journal Fund will be used to support the work of the editors, including publicizing the journal and providing open access to selected articles, as well as soliciting manuscripts, ensuring a thoughtful and timely review process, and disseminating the articles that result. The Society is very grateful to the MacArthur Foundation for its many years of support and welcome your contributions as the journal transitions to become self-supporting.

Click here to add a donate to this fund.