Cost Benefit Analysis in Chile
The proliferation of public access venues, such as cybercafes, telecenters, and public libraries, in developing countries has made it important to understand what value and perceived costs users associate with using and having access to these venues. This study will use benefit cost analysis (BCA) methodologies to explore the costs and benefits of providing and using public access information and communication technologies (ICT). What are the benefits and costs of different access models? What is the stated willingness to pay for ICT access? How does it differ across venues, demographic groups, and geographic areas?
The study is part of TASCHA's Global Impact Study.
People & Organizations
- Project Team
- Tyler Davis, PhD Student, Evans School of Public Affairs