Thinking Clearly about Efficiency
Russell J Woodruff

The norm of efficiency is a ratio of benefits to costs. Every assessment of the efficiency of some course of action is determined by which consequences are identified as benefits by the individuals making the assessment, which consequences they identify as costs, and which consequences they do not identify for consideration. Thus there is never just one correct assessment of the efficiency of an action.

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