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Cost-Benefit Analysis & Health Care
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As health care costs soar, health care providers and governmental agencies have struggled to determine the cost effectiveness of procedures, clinical processes and medical settings. This 11 page paper reflects the nature of cost benefits analysis and the implications for the health care industry. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Costben.wps

Cost-Benefit Analysis in Environmental Decisions
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A 5 page paper presenting a memo to President Bush discussing the value of subjecting environmental alternatives to cost-benefit analysis to determine their real worth. Cost-benefit analysis is highly useful for putting the relative value of choices into perspective. It brings with it the value of reducing emotional issues to factual ones, and allows the emergence of policy that is truly beneficial, not only for the present, but also for the long term. It allows policy makers to make choices that will be sustainable over time. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: KSenvCBA.rtf

Cost-Benefit Analysis of Proposition 82
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A 17 page paper discussing the possible benefits of California's Proposition 82, which if passed will provide access to universal (voluntary) preschool for all 4-year-old children in the state, followed by a cost-benefit analysis of the effects of the initiative. If approved, Proposition 82 will require that the state of California provide universal preschool of at least a half day for 180 days during the year for all of the state's four-year-olds. It is to be funded with an additional state income tax of 1.7 percent on taxable incomes over $400,000 for individuals; $544,457 for heads-of-household and $800,000 for married couples. Superficially the measure appears to be workable and fair, but closer analysis reveals that the measure constitutes a lose-lose scenario for all involved, including the 22,000 additional preschoolers who directly benefit from the program. Proposition 82 promises to have far-reaching and highly negative effects. Bibliography lists 19 sources.
Filename: KScbaCAprop82.rtf

Cost-Benefit Analysis of Proposition 82
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A 22 page paper providing full cost-benefit analysis of the effects of Proposition 82 which will require free universal preschool for all of California's 4-year-old children. Discount factors used are 3 and 4 percent; teachers are given a raise only once and no other costs increase over the 30-year life of the program. The project becomes positive after the first decade. Bibliography lists 23 sources.
Filename: KScbaCAprop82-2.rtf

Costing Questions
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A 9 page paper answering 3 questions addressing arriving at costs for government contract proposal. Includes an exercise in DoD Weighted Guidelines. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: KSacctCostQu.rtf

Costs of Rebuilding New Orleans
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A 4 page paper discussing the macroeconomic costs of rebuilding New Orleans in the wake of two record-breaking hurricanes and the floods resulting from levee breaks. The paper suggests that reestablishing the French Quarter as a tourist attraction and giving 10,000 households $100,000 each perhaps could be more beneficial than intense government involvement. Empowering families to make their own decisions about their futures can create and fuel economic activity that government spending cannot, creating a self-sustaining economy rather than a sinkhole for tax dollars. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: KSnewOrlRebld.rtf

COTTON BELT TO SUN BELT: A REVIEW
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This 4-page paper is a review on Bruce Schulman's "Cotton Belt to Sun Belt," which describes the efforts of the U.S. government to try to revive the South during the mid-20th century.
Filename: MTcotsun.rtf

COULD KOSOVO BEEN AVOIDED?
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This 22-page paper discusses how U.S. and western allies intervention could likely have prevented the bloody conflict and ethnic cleansing in Kosovo during the late 1990s. The paper discusses the uprising of the Serbs against the Albanian Kosovars and also touches on the region's history. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: MTkosovo.rtf


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