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EX-ANTE ANALYSIS MODEL OF THE COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY REGULATIONS

1. INTRODUCTION The economic effectiveness of environmental policy can be measured using several methods known in the source literature and quite well identified in theory, such as economic impact analysis, cost-benefit analysis, cost-effectiveness analysis, risk analysis or multi-criteria analyses. From an economic point of view, the best of these is a cost-benefit analysis. It allows for comparison in monetary units of all costs and benefits related to the implementation and operation of a

Elzbieta BRONIEWICZ

Architecture, Civil Engineering, Environment , ISSUE 2, 119–130

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