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Introduction
Cost analysis is an economic evaluation technique that involves the systematic collection, categorization, and analysis of
  • program or intervention costs, and
  • cost of illness.
When Can We Use Cost Analysis?
What are Costs?
Costs in Perfect Markets
Costs in Imperfect Markets
Costs of Nontraded Goods and Services
Why is Cost Analysis Important?
Framing a Cost Analysis
Test Your Understanding
 Cost of the Intervention or ProgramJump to page 2.
 Cost of IllnessJump to page 3.
 Adjusting CostsJump to page 4.
 AppendicesJump to page Appendices.
 Glossary — Cost AnalysisJump to page Glossary.
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