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*  Transaction cost analysis
... including explicit cost, implicit cost, delay cost, and opportunity cost. The accurate measurement of each of these costs is ... Finally, this analysis is used to evaluate performance and monitor future transactions. Transaction cost analysis aims to ... Transaction cost analysis (TCA), as used by institutional investors, is defined by the Financial Times as "the study of trade ... Sometimes, an opportunity cost of not transacting is factored in. After measurement, costs must be attributed to their ...
*  Function cost analysis
Value Analysis. It is not necessary to confuse method FСА as it takes place at some authors, to method Activity-based costing ( ... Function Cost Analysis (FСА) (sometimes named function value analysis (FVA)) is the a method of technical and economic research ... The cost analysis - definition of expenses for performance of functions and them. ... The consumer aspires to reduce his expenses (cost or price of functions). Functions needed by consumer can be executed in the ...
*  Travel cost analysis
... willingness to pay to visit the site can be estimated based on the number of trips that they make at different travel costs. ... travel cost analysis, or Clawson method is a revealed preference method of economic valuation used in cost-benefit analysis to ... According to Ecosystemvaluation.org "The basic premise of the travel cost method is that the time and travel cost expenses that ... Visit rate from given zone = f(cost from given zone) VR=a+b.C This curve can then be used to obtain estimates of visit rates ...
*  Life-cycle cost analysis
For example, for a highway pavement, in addition to the initial construction cost, LCCA takes into account all the user costs ... Life-cycle cost analysis (LCCA) is a tool to determine the most cost-effective option among different competing alternatives to ... Usually the LCCA term implies that environmental costs are not included, whereas the similar Whole-Life Costing, or just Life ... All the costs are usually discounted and total to a present-day value known as net present value (NPV). This example can be ...
*  Bridge life-cycle cost analysis
... over which operations and maintenance costs are accrued, discounted (NPV), and compared with cost of capital. "Life-Cycle Cost ... Bridge life-cycle cost analysis (BLCCA), is life-cycle cost analysis for individual bridges assuming a planning or time horizon ... The calculation of life-cycle costs depends on the choice of a distinct time period (planning time horizon) ... Analysis in Pavement Design - In search of Better Investment Decisions" US Department of Transportation - Federal Highway ...
*  Cost-effectiveness analysis
... (CEA) is a form of economic analysis that compares the relative costs and outcomes (effects) of ... Cost-utility analysis is similar to cost-effectiveness analysis. Cost-effectiveness analyses are often visualized on a plane ... Cost-effectiveness analysis is distinct from cost-benefit analysis, which assigns a monetary value to the measure of effect. ... Cost-effectiveness analysis focuses on maximising the average level of an outcome, distributional cost-effectiveness analysis ...
*  Cost breakdown analysis
Open Book Costing [...] Tear down analysis, Price Breakdown Analysis or Supplier Cost Analysis" - GEP Worldwide (2013) The ... In business economics cost breakdown analysis is a method of cost analysis, which itemizes the cost of a certain product or ... Cost Breakdown Analysis:The Final Frontier in Cost Cutting. White Paper. GEP Worldwide. Menard, Robert (2011). "Cost Analysis: ... Another method of breaking down costs is the tear down analysis. The difference to the cost breakdown analysis is, that tear ...
*  Cost-minimization analysis
When conducting a cost-minimization study, the author needs to measure all costs (resource expenditures) inherent to the ... Cost-minimization is a tool used in pharmacoeconomics to compare the cost per course of treatment when alternative therapies ... The author is not precluded from doing so through the use of "cost/cure" or "cost/year of life gained". If efficacy and ... The optimal choice is that which can be provided for the lowest cost.. ...
*  Cost-utility analysis
The incremental cost-effectiveness ratio (ICER) is the ratio between the difference in costs and the difference in benefits of ... Cost-utility analysis (CUA) is a form of financial analysis used to guide procurement decisions. The most common and well-known ... Cost-effectiveness Cost-benefit analysis Shah, K.K. "Is the aim of the health care system to maximise QALYs? An investigation ... CUA provides a more complete analysis of total benefits than simple cost-benefit analysis does. This is because CUA takes into ...
*  Cost-benefit analysis
Both costs and benefits can be diverse. Financial costs tend to be most thoroughly represented in cost-benefit analyses due to ... formal techniques include cost-effectiveness analysis, cost-utility analysis, risk-benefit analysis, economic impact analysis, ... Cost-benefit analysis (CBA), sometimes called benefit costs analysis (BCA), is a systematic approach to estimate the strengths ... Introduction to Cost-Benefit Analysis and Alternative Evaluation Methodologies and Handbook of Cost-Benefit Analysis, Finance ...
*  Distributional cost-effectiveness analysis
This includes Extended Cost Effectiveness Analysis which in addition to doing a standard CEA, also assesses the costs and ... Distributional cost-effectiveness analysis (DCEA) is an extension of standard cost-effectiveness analysis that incorporates ... Asaria, M; Griffin, S; Cookson, R; Whyte, S; Tappenden, P (June 2015). "Distributional cost-effectiveness analysis of health ... Verguet, Stéphane; Kim, Jane J.; Jamison, Dean T. (2016). "Extended Cost-Effectiveness Analysis for Health Policy Assessment: A ...
*  Cost-Effectiveness Analysis Registry
"Costing and perspective in published cost-effectiveness analyses". Medical Care. 47 (7s1): s28-s32. doi:10.1097/MLR. ... Two readers with training in decision analysis and cost-effectiveness analysis independently review each article and record ... "cost-utility analysis". Abstracts from these articles are screened to determine if the paper contains an original cost-utility ... "The adoption of cost-effectiveness acceptability curves in cost-utility analyses". Medical Decision Making. 30 (3): 314-9. doi: ...
*  Option value (cost-benefit analysis)
Estimating the Benefits and Costs of Public Transit Projects: A Guidebook for Practitioners, Transit Cooperative Research ... In cost-benefit analysis and social welfare economics, the term option value refers to the value that is placed on private ... This concept of "option value" in cost-benefit analysis is different from the concept used in finance, where the term refers to ... Transportation Cost and Benefit Analysis II , Ch.5.9: Transportation Diversity Weisbrod, Burton. 1964. "Collective Consumption ...
*  Triple Bottom Line Cost Benefit Analysis
Life cycle cost analysis (LCCA) quantifies all the financial costs of a project alternative. The financial costs in LCCA ... TBL-CBA has its origins in cost benefit analysis, the triple bottom line, and life cycle cost analysis. Cost benefit analysis ( ... Triple Bottom Line Cost Benefit Analysis (TBL-CBA) is an evidenced-based economic method that combines cost benefit analysis ( ... "The Stunning Triumph of Cost-Benefit Analysis". Bloomberg View. Retrieved 2017-04-28. "2016 TIGER Benefit-Cost Analysis ...
*  Cost-volume-profit analysis
Total costs = fixed costs + ( unit variable cost × number of units {\displaystyle {\text{Total costs}}={\text{fixed costs}}+({\ ... Total costs TFC = Total fixed costs V = Unit variable cost (variable cost per unit) X = Number of units TR = S = Total revenue ... The components of CVP analysis are: Level or volume of activity. Unit selling prices Variable cost per unit Total fixed costs ... A critical part of CVP analysis is the point where total revenues equal total costs (both fixed and variable costs). At this ...
*  Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design
http://www.josre.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/Cost_of_LEED_Analysis_of_Construction_Costs-JOSRE_v3-131.pdf "A National Green ... This Life cycle costing is a method for assessing the total cost of ownership, taking into account all costs of acquiring, ... "Cost Analysis of LEED-EB" (PDF). Retrieved 2014-02-14. "Tax Deductions and Incentives. The Vinyl Roofing Division of the ... "Soft" costs, i.e., added costs to the building project to qualify for LEED certification, range from 1% to 6% of the total ...
*  Climate engineering
Space sunshades would cost far more. Who was to bear the substantial costs of some climate engineering techniques may be hard ... McClellan, J.; Keith, D. W.; Apt, J. (2012). "Cost analysis of stratospheric albedo modification delivery systems". ... These are much lower than costs to achieve comprehensive reductions in CO2 emissions. Such costs would be within the budget of ... lowest costs). More recently, research into costs of solar radiation management have been published. This suggests that "well ...
*  Stratospheric aerosol injection (climate engineering)
McClellan, Justin; Keith, David W.; Apt, Jay (2012-01-01). "Cost analysis of stratospheric albedo modification delivery systems ... The low-tech nature of this approach has led commentators to suggest it would cost less than many other interventions. Costs ... McClellan, Justin; Keith, David; Apt, Jay (30 August 2012). "Cost Analysis of Stratospheric Albedo Modification Delivery ... The annual cost of delivering 5 million tons of an albedo enhancing aerosol to an altitude of 20 to 30 km is estimated at 2 to ...
*  Coordinated diagnostics
"Cost Analysis and containment; Laboratory test utilization management". ARUP Laboratories. Retrieved March 9, 2015. "An ... "Mayo Medical Laboratories and Seattle Children's Hospital Partner in Effort to Lower Costs of Clinical Laboratory Tests". Mayo ... diagnostic tests based on balancing the trade-offs between optimizing the patient's heath outcome while minimizing the cost of ... information and resources across the healthcare continuum in order to improve patient care while reducing overall costs. When ...
*  Deh Cho Bridge
... and a cost-benefit analysis study based on this was undertaken for the GNWT during 2002-2003. Capital construction costs were ... Benefit Cost Analysis, February 2003. "Deh Cho Bridge Act" (PDF). , S.N.W.T. 2003,c.10. Archived from the original (PDF) on ... Benefits-Cost Analysis Update, December 2007. "Fort Providence Celebrates Decision to Proceed with Deh Cho Bridge", GNWT Press ... On February 12, 2010, the GNWT announced that costs associated with the redesign and delay had increased the costs of the ...
*  Nevada State Route 439
Subscription required (help)). "Benefit-Cost Analysis Memorandum" (PDF). Nevada Department of Transportation. January 7, 2013. ... 600 million for costs of $66 million), and a travel reduction time of 38%, as the increased traffic could use the shorter 439 ... Expansion for 2017 was calculated to have a network-wide benefit-cost ratio of 9.1 (with 30-year benefits of $ ... was planned for completion in December 2017 and was expected to cost between $65 million and $70 million. The funds to fast- ...
*  Reusable packaging
Often these costs may be incurred by different companies with different cost structures. The environmental costs and benefits ... A thorough cost analysis is required. This involves all of the material, labor, transport, inspection, refurbishing, cleaning, ... A return, reconditioning, and reuse system can save money on the cost per shipment and can reduce the environmental footprint ... Such packaging replaces traditional corrugated cartons, thereby helping companies cut costs by avoiding wastage and effort ...
*  Criticism of Microsoft Windows
"A Cost Analysis of Windows Vista Content Protection". Retrieved 24 January 2011. "Windows Vista Content Protection - Twenty ... Software makers had to license unnecessary third-party intellectual property, increasing the costs for their drivers. The DRM ... The analysis drew responses from Microsoft, where Microsoft states some of the criticized DRM features were already present in ... As with the claims about the overreaching Vista DRM, independent tech writers quickly dismissed the claims as faulty analysis. ...
*  Chronic fatigue syndrome treatment
These latter costs were excluded from the cost-analyses. A follow-up conducted 2.5 years after the commencement of the trial ... Another paper examined cost-effectiveness and changes in service usage. Both CBT and GET passed common criteria for cost- ... a cost-effectiveness analysis". PLOS ONE. 7 (8): e40808. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0040808. PMC 3411573 . PMID 22870204. Sharpe ... according to a 2007 meta-analysis. A 2011 meta-analysis concluded that both CBT and GET are both equally efficacious treatments ...
*  High-speed rail
ISBN 88-85068-23-5. de Rus, Gines (2011). "vol 2, issue 1". In Journal of Benefit-Cost Analysis. The BCA of HSR: Should the ... Costs and the political relationship between the two countries were among factors that delayed progress. Finally, in 2013 ... HSR is subject to land subsidence, where expensive fixes resulted in soaring costs in Taiwan. HSR can be costly due to required ... The construction was managed by Taiwan High Speed Rail Corporation and the total cost of the project was US$18 billion. The ...
*  2008 UEFA Champions League Final
Turf was shipped in from Slovakia especially for the final at a cost of £160,000, and laid on top of the existing playing ... Terry also wrote an open letter, published on Chelsea's official website, apologising for missing the penalty and costing ... with commentary from Martin Tyler and analysis from Andy Gray. ITV's viewing figures peaked at 14.6 million in the five minutes ... According to the head of the Russian national tourist office, Mikhail Ignatiev, many fans were put off by the cost of travel ...