Bureau of Economic Analysis

Letter: From Walter R. Hobby, Bureau of Economic Analysis, to James C. Miller III, COWPS: Architectural Glazing Standard

by Walter R. Hobby January 17, 1977 Bureau of Economic Analysis

Dear Mr. Miller: Your letter of December 7, 1976, expressed disappointment with BEA’s economic impact study of the architectural glazing standards because it did not provide estimates of the benefits of the proposed standards in terms of injury reduction. We have made estimates of such benefits as noted on page 6 of our economic impact […]

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Letter: From James C. Miller III, COWPS, to Mr. Walter Hobby, Bureau of Economic Analysis

by James C. Miller December 7, 1976 Bureau of Economic Analysis

Dear Mr. Hobby: Enclosed is a memorandum by Thomas Lenard of the Council staff which makes some observations on the proposed architectural glazing safety standard in light of some recently- released CPSC findings…

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Letter: From James C. Miller III, COWPS, to Walter R. Hobby, Bureau of Economic Analysis

by Walter R. Hobby May 19, 1976 Bureau of Economic Analysis

Dear Mr. Hobby: Mr. Moscow has asked me to reply to your letter and to the enclosed memorandum from Robert Kurtz, an economist on your staff, concerning our recent comments f the Architectural Glazing Standard…

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Letter: From Walter R. Hobby, Bureau of Economic Analysis, to Michael H. Moskow, COWPS

by Walter R. Hobby April 30, 1976 Bureau of Economic Analysis

Dear Mr. Moscow- I am sending along to you some staff comments on COWPS’ cost benefit analysis of the architectural glass standard. I hope that in the future we can find ways to have more constructive discussions of the potential effects of proposed Commission actions…

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Memorandum: Bureau of Economic Analysis: Comments of the Council on Wage and Price Stability on the CPSC Architectural Glazing Standard

by Robert Kurtz April 7, 1976 Bureau of Economic Analysis

The Council on Wage and Price Stability (COWPS) has used “Cost/ Benefit Analysis” in a very dangerous manner…

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