Evaluating the Benefits and Costs of the Job Corps
Social programs have a wide variety of effects and often have the explicit objective of improving the economic status of the people they serve. In order to be useful to policymakers, benefitâ€”cost analysis of social programs should explicitly take account of these two important program features.
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