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Some degree of effort will be required to arrange and conduct the interviews necessary to collect the required data; however, the task is feasible. Approximately six weeks will be required to complete the data collection process, and the costs of the data collection task may be expected to approximate $300.
Cost/benefit analysis is the tool most often used in the to assess the merits of public projects, whether they be the protection of the environment, job retaining programs, public housing location, or whatever (Levy, pp. 284-349). Benefit/cost analysis is a technique that purports to identify and evaluate the social benefits and social costs of an investment. In the context of public housing location policy, the term investment is used in a broad context, although it still refers to an expenditure, at some level of real capital goods. Real capital goods, in this instance, refers to social capital, which is the sum total of capital stock possessed by an economy as a whole.
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