Cost-Benefit Analysis of Public Investment in High Speed Broadband Network Infrastructure: An Analytical Framework
This paper provides an analytical framework for the conduct of the Expert Panel's cost-benefit analysis of the National Broadband Network. Its aim is to set out the issues, considerations and calculations that economic and cost-benefit analysis theory tells us should be thought about in a cost-benefit analysis of this type. As such, the paper is primarily theoretical and delves into the full range of items about which a cost-benefit analysis practitioner will want to think, including, in some cases, options for estimating or assessing costs and benefits.
Public Economics- Publically Provided Goods