A benefit–cost ratio (BCR) is an indicator, used in cost–benefit analysis, that attempts to summarize the overall value for money of a project or proposal. A BCR is the ratio of the benefits of a project or proposal, expressed in monetary terms, relative to its costs, also expressed in monetary terms. All benefits and costs should be expressed in discounted present values. A BCR can be a profitability index in for-profit contexts. A BCR takes into account the amount of monetary gain realized by performing a project versus the amount it costs to execute the project. The higher the BCR the better the investment. The general rule of thumb is that if the benefit is higher than the cost the project is a good investment.

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  • نسبة التكلفة والفائدة (BCR) هي مؤشر يستخدم في مجال تحليل التكلفة والفائدة الذي يحاول الوصول إلي القيمة الإجمالية للمال الذي يحتاجه المشروع . والنسبة هي المكسب العائد من تنفيذ مشروع مقابل ما إحتاجه من مال لإنشائه . وكلما إرتفعت هذه النسبة(BCR) كلما كان ذلك أفضل لإستثمار . (ar)
  • Ο Λόγος κόστους-οφέλους είναι η αναλογία της παρούσας αξίας του οφέλους ως προς την παρούσα αξία του κόστους. Συνήθως χρησιμοποιείται για να συνοψίσει τα αποτελέσματα της ανάλυσης κόστους-οφέλους. (el)
  • A benefit–cost ratio (BCR) is an indicator, used in cost–benefit analysis, that attempts to summarize the overall value for money of a project or proposal. A BCR is the ratio of the benefits of a project or proposal, expressed in monetary terms, relative to its costs, also expressed in monetary terms. All benefits and costs should be expressed in discounted present values. A BCR can be a profitability index in for-profit contexts. A BCR takes into account the amount of monetary gain realized by performing a project versus the amount it costs to execute the project. The higher the BCR the better the investment. The general rule of thumb is that if the benefit is higher than the cost the project is a good investment. The practice of cost–benefit analysis in some countries refers to the BCR as the cost–benefit ratio, but this is still calculated as the ratio of benefits to costs. (en)
  • A relação de custo-beneficio ou RCB é um indicador que relaciona os benefícios de um projeto ou proposta, expressos em termos monetários, e o seus custos, também expressos em termos monetários. Tanto os benefícios como os custos devem ser expressos em valores presentes. Este termo foi primeiro usado durante a conferência de V. Moraes, proposto pelo matemático Banza von Hambburg. Embora seja um conceito utilizado em diversas áreas, foi primeiro proposto para avaliar a viabilidade dos custos dos estabelecimentos comerciais da época, mais precisamente os estabelecimentos alimentícios. (pt)
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  • نسبة التكلفة والفائدة (BCR) هي مؤشر يستخدم في مجال تحليل التكلفة والفائدة الذي يحاول الوصول إلي القيمة الإجمالية للمال الذي يحتاجه المشروع . والنسبة هي المكسب العائد من تنفيذ مشروع مقابل ما إحتاجه من مال لإنشائه . وكلما إرتفعت هذه النسبة(BCR) كلما كان ذلك أفضل لإستثمار . (ar)
  • Ο Λόγος κόστους-οφέλους είναι η αναλογία της παρούσας αξίας του οφέλους ως προς την παρούσα αξία του κόστους. Συνήθως χρησιμοποιείται για να συνοψίσει τα αποτελέσματα της ανάλυσης κόστους-οφέλους. (el)
  • A relação de custo-beneficio ou RCB é um indicador que relaciona os benefícios de um projeto ou proposta, expressos em termos monetários, e o seus custos, também expressos em termos monetários. Tanto os benefícios como os custos devem ser expressos em valores presentes. Este termo foi primeiro usado durante a conferência de V. Moraes, proposto pelo matemático Banza von Hambburg. Embora seja um conceito utilizado em diversas áreas, foi primeiro proposto para avaliar a viabilidade dos custos dos estabelecimentos comerciais da época, mais precisamente os estabelecimentos alimentícios. (pt)
  • A benefit–cost ratio (BCR) is an indicator, used in cost–benefit analysis, that attempts to summarize the overall value for money of a project or proposal. A BCR is the ratio of the benefits of a project or proposal, expressed in monetary terms, relative to its costs, also expressed in monetary terms. All benefits and costs should be expressed in discounted present values. A BCR can be a profitability index in for-profit contexts. A BCR takes into account the amount of monetary gain realized by performing a project versus the amount it costs to execute the project. The higher the BCR the better the investment. The general rule of thumb is that if the benefit is higher than the cost the project is a good investment. (en)
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  • نسبة التكلفة والفائدة (ar)
  • Λόγος κόστους-οφέλους (el)
  • Benefit–cost ratio (en)
  • Relação de custo-benefício (pt)
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