Biodiversity in the Dutch practice of cost-benefit analysis
Should CBA’s include a correction for the marginal excess burden of taxation?
Distributionally Weighted Cost-Benefit Analysis: From Theory to Practice
In CBA practices around the world, benefits are valued regardless of to whom they accrue. This disregards basic economic principles, like declining marginal utility of income, or inequality aversion. This paper argues that if redistribution matters, net benefits must be aggregated using a distributionally weighted CBA. →
Cost-benefit analysis for flood risk management and water governance in the Netherlands: an overview of one century
The Netherlands is a global reference for flood risk management. This reputation is based on a mix of world-class civil engineering projects and innovative concepts of water governance. For more than a century, cost-benefit analysis has been an important tool for both flood risk management as well as water governance in the Netherlands. It has helped to select the most effective and efficient flood risk projects and to coordinate and reconcile the interests of various policy areas, levels of government and private stakeholders. →