… from 89 articles, book chapters, and books: full list under "Publications" tab above

AEA 2015 Cost-Inclusive Evaluation presentation (click here)

Doing Cost-Inclusive Evaluation – Part I: Measuring Costs. (view by clicking here)

Doing Cost-Inclusive Evaluation. Part II: Measuring Monetary Benefits. (view by clicking here)

Yates, B. T. (1999). Measuring and improving cost, cost-effectiveness, and cost-benefit for substance abuse treatment programs. Bethesda, MD: National Institute on Drug Abuse, NIH Publication Number 99-4518, 124-page manual, initial press run 10,000 copies. Full copy readable and downloadable from NIDA site:

Yates, B. T. (2009). Cost-inclusive evaluation: A banquet of approaches for including costs, benefits, and cost-effectiveness and cost-benefit analyses in your next evaluation. Evaluation and Program Planning, 32, 54-56. (download by clicking here)

Yates, B. T. (2011). Delivery systems can determine therapy costs, and effectiveness, more than type of therapy. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 6, 498-502. (view by clicking here)

Yates, B. T., Mannix, D., Freed, M. C., Campbell, J., Johnsen, M., Jones, K., & Blyler, C. (2011). Consumer-operated service programs: Monetary and donated costs and cost-effectiveness. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 35(2), 91-99. (download by clicking here)

Yates, B. T. (2012). Step arounds for common pitfalls when valuing resources used versus resources produced. In G. Julnes (Ed.), Promoting valuation in the public interest: Informing policies for judging value in evaluation. New Directions in Program Evaluation, 133, 43-52. (download by clicking here)

Yates, B. T., (2015). Cost-benefit and cost-effectiveness analyses in evaluation research. In  J. D. Wright (Ed.), International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (2nd ed.), Vol 5. Oxford: Elsevier. pp. 55–62.  (download by clicking here)

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