Lord Adonis understood rates of return and benefit/cost ratios
Yearly benefit/cost ratios
demonstrated that while costs exceeded benefits during the initial year (0.
Compare this with the financial only evaluation of the electrification of the GWML in a study initially commissioned by the train companies which gave a benefit/cost ratio
While subscription DSS yields the highest benefit/cost ratio
for the state forests business process, the desktop application has a clear advantage when evaluating expansion potential.
The WSIPP analysts estimated a benefit/cost ratio
that for every dollar spent, there are $59 in benefits from "Elementary Social Development Programs" and $143 in benefits from "School-wide Positive Behavior Programs.
Given a life span of 20 years, the benefit/cost ratio
for government investment would be 33:1, far in excess of the 1.
User benefits and costs associated with the least-cost improvement are simulated and used to generate an incremental benefit/cost ratio
The benefit/cost ratio
was determined by a Total Resource Cost (TRC) test, which evaluated each measure's societal benefits.
Estimated Benefit/Cost Ratio
based on 30-percent crash reductions over 10 years = 8:1.
It is a testimony to the benefit/cost ratio
of Macromedia Flash.
The GRI program benefit/cost ratio
, which compares the benefits to gas consumers of GRI products on the market to GRI's R&D costs, was 6.
The EGNSS-ERTMS based train control/protection system is especially beneficial in terms of operating costs compared to other solutions for upgrading the local/regional infrastructure, considering the forecasted average Benefit/Cost ratios