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Guidelines for Preparing Economic Analyses

Guidelines for Preparing Economic Analyses

National Center for Environmental Economics/U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (2000). NCEE/EPA Report, Washington DC

EPA's Guidelines for Preparing Economic Analyses establish a sound scientific framework for performing economic analyses of environmental regulations and policies. They incorporate recent advances in theoretical and applied work in the field of environmental economics. The Guidelines provide guidance on analyzing the economic impacts of regulations and policies, and assessing the distribution of costs and benefits among various segments of the population, with a particular focus on disadvantaged and vulnerable groups.

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