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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However, the rule's proposed benefit-cost ratio of 8.
Based on Table 12, the computed benefit-cost ratio for coconut leaf midrib charcoal was 1.
OMB and the Corps need to take into account state and local investment in projects and accurately calculate their benefit-cost ratio using the federal investment, not the total cost of projects, like permanent flood protection for the Fargo-Moorhead region, to ensure that projects being funded with non-federal dollars are not put at a disadvantage.
The planned study was conducted to estimate production cost, gross margin, net income, benefit-cost ratio and identify the factors affecting revenue.
This report includes an overview of TIM (various strategies and their benefits, costs, and stakeholders) and methodology information (selected strategies, duration and proportion-based estimation, data collection based on microscopic simulation, benefit estimation modeling, cost calculation, the benefit-cost ratio, and additional benefits).
We find that the benefit-cost ratio increases by 60% when spillovers are accounted for.
This high benefit-cost ratio suggests that continuing a successful family planning programme would help the Egyptian government as it will be able to use the saving in the general expenditure on social services in the improvement of the quality of social services provided in the health, education and housing sectors," the UNFPA statement on the study read.
However, a few pivotal factors such as the high capital investment and low benefit-cost ratio, cumbersome biomarker validation procedure, and difficulty in sample collection and its storage are expected to hamper the growth of this market.
A detailed 150-page report from the scheme's promoters, HS2 Ltd, showed that the benefit-cost ratio for the full two-phase project is now estimated at 2.
A detailed 150-page report from the scheme's promoters HS2 Ltd showed that the benefit-cost ratio (BCR) for the full two-phase project is now estimated at 2.