Benefit Cost Ratio


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Benefit Cost Ratio

A ratio representing the benefits of a project or investment compared to its cost. The BCR may be a strictly financial ratio, comparing the expected return to the cost of investment, or it may account for approximations of qualitative measurements.
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The delivery of the new rolling stock and associated network improvements requires a capital investment of $415 million and has a conservative benefit cost ratio range of 1.3 to 2.6.
| A transport hub with new bus services connecting it to the enterprise zone and city centre and sharing this valuable rail corridor with the proposed metro service in north east Swansea | An input to rural west Wales transport investment which rarely achieves an "acceptable" benefit cost ratio compared with urban areas and as with all Wales' railways this service would require a subsidy.
Agenda discussed in the meeting included fiscal situation of PR in first six months of current government; briefing on targets and deficit; benefit cost ratio of newly launched passenger trains and methodology of feasibility studies for launching new trains.
"The benefit cost ratio for Perry Barr was derived from researching and providing evidence on the benefits that accrue from delivering this scheme.
A spokesman from the mayor's office said all road projects were judged against a "Benefit Cost Ratio" (BCR).
While, benefit cost ratio was calculated by dividing the gross income to the total cost of production.
The benefit cost ratio is also higher for organic crops as compared to 'conventional' crops.
Benefit Cost Ratio (BCR): Benefit-Cost is the ratio of total revenue with total cost.
Benefit cost ratio (BCR) is the ratio of the accumulated present value of all the benefits to the accumulated present value of all expenses, including the initial investment is given by equation 6 [16].
Poor farmers cannot afford mineral fertilizers due to high rate so; higher benefit cost ratio was also observed.
Parameters Diet 1 Diet 2 Diet 3 soaked Control Raw in potash Investment Cost Analysis (ICA) 412.9 404.9 406.2 Net Profit Value (NPV) 601.1 562.0 591.4 Gross Profit (GP) 188.2 157.1 185.2 Profit Index (PI) 0.111 0.125 0.128 Benefit cost ratio (BCR) 1.46 1.39 1.46 Parameters Diet 4 Diet 5 Sundried Blanched Investment Cost Analysis (ICA) 408.8 402.1 Net Profit Value (NPV) 593.56 592.66 Gross Profit (GP) 184.76 190.56 Profit Index (PI) 0.122 0.141 Benefit cost ratio (BCR) 1.45 1.47
The results showed that benefit cost ratio increased by increasing application of nutrients to soil.