Federal Regulatory Reform Programs and the Use of Cost-Benefit Analysis, PRP 64
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This report on the use of cost-benefit analysis in the evaluation of federal regulation under the Reagan Administration is the product of a policy research project conducted at the LBJ School in the 1982-83 academic year by Professor Leigh B. Boske and eight graduate students. It was edited and revised in the summer of 1984 by Professor Boske and Brian Leugs. Funding for publication was provided by the Lyndon B. Johnson Foundation.