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Examining the Potential Benefits of a 2-1-1 System: Quantitative and Other Factors

While 2-1-1 systems are being planned and implemented across the United Staes, policymakers and other stakeholders must weigh the costs of implementation against the perceived benefits. How do proponents of 2-1-1 systems present the benefits of their systems? This article will address two issues: examining the variety of ways that 2-1-1 systems benefit their communities and suggesting methods to measure those benefits.

Publication Information
Article Title: Examining the Potential Benefits of a 2-1-1 System: Quantitative and Other Factors
Journal: Alliance of Information and Referral Systems (2003)
v. 25 pp. 1-26.
Author(s): Rosenbaum, David I;  Shank, Nancy
Researcher Information
    
Rosenbaum, David I
Rosenbaum, David I
Associate Director of the Bureau of Business Research,
Expertise:
  • Forensic Economics
  • Applied Microeconomics
  • Cost-Benefit Analysis
Economics
CoB 525 J
P.O. Box 880489
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Lincoln, NE 68588-0489, USA
Phone: (402) 472-2318
Fax: (402) 472-9700
drosenbaum1@unl.edu