Measuring success by how much you spent on the program: A renewable energy example

Michael Giberson In general, in public policy analysis, you’d like to judge ultimate success or failure of a program by its net results, by actual benefits less the costs involved in achieving those benefits. Admittedly sometimes benefits are hard to measure, but ultimately the point of a policy change is to bring about some improvement … More Measuring success by how much you spent on the program: A renewable energy example