Fetişizarea analizei cost-beneficiu în decizia publică de alocare a resurselor
Cost-benefit analysis (CBA), as a distinctive tool for public investment projects evaluation�laying in the portfolio of the governmental authorities, strives to replicate the market in establishing economic standards for the measurement of their success, while the government’s actions are in explicit contradiction with the market test. In this paper, CBA is being scrutinized from two angles.
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Volume (Year): (2011)
Issue (Month): 04 (December)
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