Cost Benefit Analysis
The Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) funded the Green Prosperity Project to help Indonesia in achieving increased agricultural productivity and improve land use practices and management of natural resources while reducing its reliance on fossil fuel and reduce land-based greenhouse gas emissions.
Limestone is hired to conduct an ex-post cost-benefit analysis (CBA) for two activities under this project:
These CBAs are notable for the following reasons:
Limestone works with Integra (the prime contractor) for the implementation of this evaluation-based CBA.
Limestone Analytics is pleased to announce its partnership with Integra Government Services International LLC for USAID LEAP III. Integra was awarded $19 million for the Learning Evaluation, and Analysis Project […]
Limestone’s team members – Juan Belt, Bahman Kashi, Jay Mackinnon, and Nicolas Darius Allien – were honored to receive the 2018 Distinguished Scholar Award from the International Confederation of Energy […]
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Limestone is piloting #evaluationbased #CBA for @MCCgov and @MCA_Indonesia Green Prosperity project in #Indonesia https://t.co/ttRAGTZxG2
Interested in #CBA & #ecosystem #valuation? Check out @BahmanKashi's work with @numbers4nature for @USAID #BiodiversityConservationGateway - "Integrating Ecosystem Values into Cost-Benefit Analysis: Recommendations for USAID and Practitioners" https://t.co/2mEEN3YLhS
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