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Symposium on Cost-Effectiveness Analysis for Multiple Benefits

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NCEE hosted a one-day symposium on "Cost-Effectiveness Analysis for Multiple Benefits." The workshop was held on September 9, 2003, at the Willard InterContinental Hotel, at 1401 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20004. If you have questions, please send an email to Julie Hewitt.

Symposium Presentations
The presenters' slides are available now as Adobe pdf files. A proceedings document with more background, context and detail (more user-friendly for those unable to attend the symposium) will be available by the end of October. To view a PDF document, you need the Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you don't already have this software, you can download a free copy Exit EPA from Adobe.

Size, PDF file
AllAgenda for the symposium
72kb, Agenda.pdf
Brian HeningerWhy a One Dimensional Approach Won't Work for a Multi-Dimensional Problem
619kb, Heninger.pdf
Barbara ColeThe Air Quality Context
1.86Mb, Cole.pdf
Charles GriffithsMulti-Criteria Cost Effectiveness Using a Water Quality Index
1.43Mb, Griffiths.pdf
David MontgomeryThree Alternatives for Implementing Multi-Dimensional Cost-Effectiveness Analysis
154kb, Montgomery.pdf
Tyler FoxComments on "Three Alternatives"
45kb, Fox.pdf
Jan MillerComments on "Three Alternatives"
446kb, Miller.pdf
Randy LutterClean Air for Less: Exploiting Tradeoffs Between Different Air Pollutants
58kb, Lutter.pdf
99kb, Lutter figures.pdf
Carl PasurkaComments on "Clean Air for Less"
550kb, Pasurka.pdf
Bryan HubbellQALYs as an Effectiveness Metric for Air Pollution Regulations
60kb, Hubbell QALYs.pdf
David WileyEfficiency Measures: Current Efforts in the Context of Budgeting/Planning
33kb, Wiley.pdf
Bryan HubbellIdentification of Cost Effectiveness Measures Using Response-Surface Modeling
97kb, Hubbell Response.pdf
Skip LaitnerIncorporating Industrial Productivity Benefits into the Assessment of Energy Efficiency Investments
266kb, Laitner.PDF

Directions to the Symposium:
Interested citizens, government officials and regulated parties are invited to attend. Many interested parties have expressed to EPA the need for additional guidance on how to conduct better cost-effectiveness analysis when multiple benefits result from the implementation of pollution-control technologies and public outreach programs (e.g. reducing vehicle miles traveled decreases fuel consumption and a variety of air pollutants).

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