SBCA workshop faculty include world-class authorities from the field of benefit-cost analysis. To enhance the online learning experience, each workshop will be spread over multiple days and provide opportunities for direct engagement with faculty.
- September 17: Benefit-Cost Analysis for Beginners
- October 13 & 14: CBA for U.S. Regulatory Impact Statements (co-sponsored by the Society for Risk Analysis Economics and Benefits Analysis Specialty Group)
On Balance Blog
Integrating Economics and Epidemiology in the COVID-19 Context
One of the most popular sessions at the SBCA 2021 Annual Conference was on combining economics and epidemiology to understand COVID-19. Read more
- On Balance Editor Rob Moore
Call for Blog Submissions
SBCA's On Balance blog of Society for Benefit Cost Analysis provides a venue for members and other practitioners to share their research, experiences, and perspectives on various issues relevant to benefit-cost analysis. We encourage all interested in benefit cost analysis to submit pitches or completed draft blog posts.
Before submitting your pitch or draft blog post, please review Submission Guidelines for Authors, which also includes a description of sample feature types and lengths and a style guide for posts.
Pitches and draft blog posts may be emailed to email@example.com. Please include your name, organizational affiliation and a recent headshot.
Journal of Benefit-Cost Analysis
The issue contains selected papers from the First European Meeting of the SBCA plus other papers on key BCA topics.
This issue features seven articles with specific and timely policies suggestions for the incoming Presidential administration in the U.S.
The issue presents a set of eight papers of much practical importance to the practice of benefit-cost analysis.
SBCA Member Benefits
Significant discounts on the SBCA Annual Conference registration.
Connection to the pre-eminent, global community of benefit-cost practitioners, advocates, and academics.
A complimentary subscription to the Journal of Benefit-Cost Analysis.
Access to a growing supply of members-only programs and benefits.
Support of the only organization dedicated entirely to the practice and advancement of benefit-cost analysis.