Social benefit cost analysis, Cost Accounting

 

Define the concept of opportunity cost in your own words. Given an example from your own life of the opportunity cost of a decision (do NOT use classroom examples). Explain why opportunity costs rather than "out of pocket" costs are the appropriate cost measure for social benefit cost analysis.

 

 

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