The Society for Benefit-Cost Analysis announces its first European conference, which will be held at the Toulouse School of Economics on November 26-27, 2019. The conference aims to promote the theory and application of benefit-cost analysis (broadly defined), and welcomes submissions on vaccine economics and other topics related to economic evaluation. The conference features Nobel laureate Jean Tirole and James K. Hammitt as keynote speakers. Abstracts are due no later than July 10, 2019. More information is be available on the conference website: tse-fr.eu/SBCAEC2019
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Learn more about the theory and practice of benefit-cost analysis by reading the new Reference Case Guidelines for Benefit-Cost Analysis in Global Health and Development.
Join us for our iHEA pre-Congress workshop: The Benefit-Cost Analysis Reference Case: What It Is and How to Use It. This workshop provides an opportunity to learn more about new methodological guidance, including examples.
The Society for Benefit-Cost Analysis will be holding its first European conference at the Toulouse School of Economics on November 26-27, 2019. The organizers welcome submissions on immunization economics and other work.
Read the Journal for Benefit-Cost Analysis open-access special issue “Benefit Cost Analysis in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: Methods and Case Studies” and draft BCA reference case guidance. Draft comments are due by March 29, 2019
Draft guidelines for conducting benefit-cost analysis in low- and middle-income countries are now available for review. Comments are due March 29, 2019.
Join us on March 15th to hear Dean Jamison speak on “Valuing Investments in Health for Development: Reflections on Three Dynamic Decades” at the Society for the Benefit Cost-Analysis annual meeting in Washington, D.C.
Upcoming March meeting in Washington D.C. will highlight the results of the benefit-cost analysis reference case guidance project, applicable to immunization and other policies in low- and middle-income countries. Dean Jamison plenary speaker.
Following a call for concept notes last year, the VoVRN Secretariat, members of the Steering Committee, and external expert reviewers identified promising studies to recommend for funding. Learn more about these projects here