Canada's cost-benefit analysis guide for regulatory proposals.: BT58-5/2022E-PDF
"Cost-benefit analysis (CBA) is a requirement of the Cabinet Directive on Regulation (the Directive), which establishes requirements for federal regulatory proposals. The Directive requires that regulatory proposals and decisions are based on evidence, robust analysis of costs and benefits, and the assessment of risk, while being open to public scrutiny"--Introduction, page .
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|Department/Agency||Canada. Treasury Board, issuing body.|
|Title||Canada's cost-benefit analysis guide for regulatory proposals.|
|Other language editions||[French]|
|Earlier edition||Canadian cost-benefit analysis guide 2007|
|Note(s)|| Cover title. |
Issued also in HTML format.
Issued also in French under title: Guide d'analyse coûts-avantages pour le Canada : propositions de réglementation.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Publishing information|| Ottawa, Ontario : Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat = Secrétariat du Conseil du trésor du Canada, 2022. |
|Description||1 online resource (54 unnumbered pages) : illustrations|
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|Subject terms||Cost effectiveness -- Government policy -- Canada.|
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