Cost-effec­tive­ness analysis

TagLast edit: 27 Apr 2021 15:03 UTC by Pablo

Cost-effectiveness analysis (CEA) is a kind of economic analysis that allows comparison of the relative costs and effects of rival interventions. Unlike cost-benefit analysis, CEA does not express these effects in monetary values.

An­i­mal Equal­ity showed that ad­vo­cat­ing for diet change works. But is it cost-effec­tive?

Peter_Hurford7 Jun 2018 4:06 UTC
23 points
24 commentsEA link

Cor­po­rate cam­paigns af­fect 9 to 120 years of chicken life per dol­lar spent

saulius8 Jul 2019 8:01 UTC
108 points
16 comments60 min readEA link

Cost-Effec­tive­ness of RC Forward

Neil_Dullaghan20 May 2019 17:06 UTC
67 points
2 comments13 min readEA link

Cost-effec­tive­ness anal­y­sis of a pro­gram pro­mot­ing a ve­gan diet

nadavb12 Nov 2020 17:24 UTC
41 points
6 comments4 min readEA link

Cost-Effec­tive­ness of Air Puri­fiers against Pollution

Lukas Trötzmüller30 Jul 2020 8:37 UTC
64 points
6 comments14 min readEA link

The ex­treme cost-effec­tive­ness of cell-based meat R&D

Stijn10 Aug 2020 14:00 UTC
32 points
20 comments5 min readEA link

Cost-Effec­tive­ness of Foods for Global Catas­tro­phes: Even Bet­ter than Be­fore?

Denkenberger19 Nov 2018 21:57 UTC
23 points
4 commentsEA link

Char­i­ta­ble Giv­ing and the Ex­po­nen­tial Distribution

WillNickols20 May 2021 7:03 UTC
15 points
4 comments3 min readEA link

Launch­ing 60,000,000,000 Chick­ens: A Give Well-Style CEA Spread­sheet for An­i­mal Welfare

AppliedDivinityStudies4 Jun 2021 21:08 UTC
27 points
19 comments3 min readEA link
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