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Cost-Benefit Analysens Vurderings- og Identifikationsproblemer

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  • Marker-Larsen, Svend

    (Department of Economics, Copenhagen Business School)

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De i denne fremstilling omtalte problemstillinger blev kun ganske kort præsenteret i min oversigtsartikel om "Cost-Benefit Analysens Velfærdsteoretiske Basis" (2005). Det blev deri præciseret, at identifikationsproblemet drejede sig om: Præcis hvilke effekter, der i det hele taget skal medregnes som samfundsøkonomiske fordele og ulemper, hvis analysen skal være fuldstændig og at vurderingsproblemet så drejede sig om spørgsmålet: Hvilke priser, der skal anvendes i forbindelse med værdisætningen af fordele og ulemper. Endvidere blev der givet en summarisk oversigt over en række situationer, hvor man må kunne bruge de aktuelle eller forventede markedspriser, når fordele og ulemper skal værdisættes. I det følgende gives først en mere udførlig redegørelse for nogle af de helt centrale ræsonnementer vedrørende vurderingsproblemet. Sidenhen fører det forholdsvis logisk frem til, at også identifikationsproblemet i en række væsentlige henseender bliver yderligere belyst.

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  • Marker-Larsen, Svend, 2006. "Cost-Benefit Analysens Vurderings- og Identifikationsproblemer," Working Papers 07-2005, Copenhagen Business School, Department of Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:hhs:cbsnow:2005_007
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