Introduction to Cost-Benefit Analysis for Federal Regulations (R004)

Description

Type: Virtual classroom
Duration: 06:00 hours
Status: Active

When developing regulatory proposals, consideration of their economic, environmental and social impacts is a critical and often mandatory first step. This virtual classroom course provides a general introduction to cost-benefit analysis (CBA) and demonstrates how to apply CBA to federal regulatory initiatives. Participants will become familiar with the fundamental steps to completing a CBA and learn how to develop solid baseline and regulatory scenarios.

Topics include:

  • understanding the analytical steps in the CBA process
  • identifying costs and benefits for different stakeholder groups
  • applying best practices for collaborating and meeting reporting requirements
  • reviewing the information found in a CBA report
More about this course
  • Topics: How government works
  • Community: Executives; Directors; Functional specialists
  • Audience: Regulators
  • Business line: GC and Public Sector Skills
  • Provider: Canada School of Public Service

Upcoming offerings

DateTitleTypeLocationLanguage
December 2, 2020Introduction to Cost-Benefit Analysis for Federal Regulations (R004)Virtual classroomVirtual EST / Virtuelle HNEFrench
February 2, 2021Introduction to Cost-Benefit Analysis for Federal Regulations (R004)Virtual classroomVirtual EST / Virtuelle HNEEnglish
February 16, 2021Introduction to Cost-Benefit Analysis for Federal Regulations (R004)Virtual classroomVirtual EST / Virtuelle HNEFrench

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