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An analytical tool used in public planning; a ratio of total measurable benefits divided by the initial capital cost. Also see: Cost Benefit Analysis.
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The benefit of an activity per dollar of cost. Benefit-cost ratios (or alternatively cost-benefit ratios) are frequently estimated for many forms of government spending, as well as a growing number of [..]
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Benefit-cost ratio


An analytical tool used in public planning; a ratio of total measurable benefits divided by the initial capital cost. see Cost Benefit Analysis.
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see Profitability index
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The value of benefits divided by the cost of a project or alternative. By definition includes only those benefits that can be expressed in financial terms
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The ratio of a project's total benefits to total costs, measured in monetary net present value. In benefit-cost analysis, alternative projects are incrementally compared to find the greatest net [..]
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The economic value of the reduction in fatalities, injuries, and property damage divided by the cost of the collision-reducing measure.
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An analytical tool used in public planning; a ratio of total measurable benefits divided by the initial capital cost.  see Cost Benefit Analysis.
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This summary measure directly compares benefits and costs. To calculate, divide total discounted benefits by total discounted costs. A BCR greater than 1 means the benefits outweigh the costs and the investment should be considered. If the ratio is less than 1, the costs outweigh the benefits. If the BCR is equal to 1, the benefits equal the costs. [..]
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