An Interactive Example: Selecting a Vacation Page 1   

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What Do Vacations and Economic Analyses Have in Common?
Economic evaluations give us criteria for deciding between alternative strategies that have different costs or consequences.
We will use a simple nonhealth-related example, selecting a vacation, to illustrate how to perform an economic evaluation.
You will see that the majority of the steps (and a substantial part of the effort) are related to framing the study — developing a framework to guide the data collection and analysis efforts.
The Sample Problem
The Questions You Might Ask To Decide
The Results of the Economic Analysis
What Next?
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