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Prix hédoniques Methods, Section 3 Hedonic Pricing Method Overview The hedonic pricing method is used to estimate economic values for ecosystem or environmental services that directly affect market prices. It is most commonly applied to variations in housing prices that reflect the value of local environmental attributes. It can be used to estimate economic benefits or costs associated with: environmental quality, including air pollution, water pollution, or noise environmental amenities, such as aesthetic views or proximity to recreational sites The basic premise of the hedonic pricing method is that the price of a marketed good is related to its characteristics, or the services it provides.
ACB Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. L'analyse Coût-Avantage aussi connue comme "analyse Coût-Bénéfice" (anglicisme) est un terme qui renvoie tout à la fois à : une méthode formelle que l'on utilise pour aider à estimer ou évaluer le dossier monté pour un projet ou une proposition, ce dossier étant lui-même une 'estimation de projet', et àune approche informelle pour prendre une décision, quelle qu'elle soit. Les deux définitions impliquent, explicitement ou pas, de peser le total des coûts attendus face au total des bénéfices escomptés d'une ou de plusieurs actions, afin de déterminer quelle action est la meilleure ou la plus rentable.
Understanding the business contribution to society In the spring of 2006, the WBCSD embarked on a two-year journey to develop a framework to assess the contribution of business to the economic and broader development goals in the societies where business operates. This grew out of a request by WBCSD member companies to develop a measurement framework that could underpin the license to operate, improve the quality of stakeholder engagement, help manage risks more effectively and identify ways to enhance the business contribution to society. Measuring Impact Framework
New York, NYApril 15-17, 2010 Citi Foundation388 Greenwich Avenue Register Now! Click here for a Workshop Agenda (PDF) An Investment in Value Creation BoP Impact Assessment Frameworkhas been featured in: BOP impact assessment
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Primary purpose Summary Potential benefits Who can use the tool? What resources are needed? Development, ownership and support Third sector examples Further sources of information Footnotes The Big Picture
IRIS Register or login to create and manage your IRIS ID account. What's an IRIS ID? An IRIS ID is an identifier assigned to an organization to ensure it can be uniquely recognized within the IRIS data repository. IRIS ID's are assigned by the Global Impact Investing Network (GIIN) and are required for organizations contributing data to IRIS for benchmarking. What's an IRIS ID account?
Everything in one place Social Impact Tracker is a secure web-based data application for frontline organisations to report on qualitative and quantitative data and indicators. The customised platform enables organisations to ‘self-impact’ and see the difference they are making on people’s lives or simply to report on its inputs, outputs and social impact to any funder. Social Impact Tracker has been developed by a Social Enterprise and is used by community, voluntary, charity organisations and other social enterprises worldwide. So if you want an affordable, simple to use application that will free up more time for programme delivery then just let us know. Social Impact Tracker
Social e-valuator Social E-valuator supports organisations throughout the process of analysing and evaluating social impact. The web-based tool is designed to measure and value social impact investments (donations, charity, subsidies, loans, grants, etc.) and what the organisation’s stakeholders consider valuable. Social E-valuator makes social impact measurement better accessible, cost-efficient and enables organizations to report about impact in a consistent way. 1. Involving stakeholders 2.
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