Reviewers and Commenters

We are very grateful to the many contributors to this project, including the members of our Leadership Team and our Advisory Group; the respondents to our stakeholder survey; the authors of our scoping report and method papers and case studies; and the participants in our project workshops and our sessions at the International Health Economics Association, Society for Benefit-Cost Analysis, and Society for Risk Analysis meetings.

In addition to the advisors and authors listed on the pages linked above, the following individuals provided thoughtful comments on our materials as did several anonymous contributors. We greatly appreciate their insights and support.

Anna Alberini (University of Maryland)
Samuel G. Anarwat (University for Development Studies and Brandeis University)
Kannapiran C. Arjunan (Independent)
Channing Arndt (International Food Policy Research Institute)
Miqdad Asaria (Independent)
Dan Axelrad (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency)
Jennifer Baxter (Industrial Economics, Incorporated)
Ron Bird (Independent)
Hassan Haghparast Bidgoli (University College London)
Glenn Blomquist (University of Kentucky)
Brent Boehlert (Industrial Economics, Incorporated)
Lori Bollinger (Avenir Health)
Fiammetta Bozzani (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine)
Werner Brouwer (Erasmus University)
Maria Petro Brunal (The Global Fund)
Robert Burton (Kansas State University)
Erin Byrne (International Rescue Committee)
Trudy Cameron (University of Oregon)
Richard Carson (University of California – San Diego)
Sam Carter (J-PAL Global)
Collins Chansa (The World Bank)
Margaret Conomos (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency)
Anthony (Tony) Cox (Cox Associates)
Tony Culyer (University of York and Imperial College London)
Mark Dickie (University of Central Florida)
Peder Digre (PATH)
Leo Dobes (Australian National University)
Chris Dockins (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency)
Tom Drake (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine)
Neal Fann (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency)
Adam Finkel (University of Pennsylvania)
Steven Forsythe (Avenir Health)
Mark Freeman (University of York)
David Greenberg (UMBC)
Ben Groom (London School of Economics and Political Science )
Scott Grosse (U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
Markus Haacker (Independent)
Fitsum Hagos (International Water Management Institute)
Diane Harper (University of Michigan)
Sam Harper (McGill University)
Sandra Hoffman (U.S. Department of Agriculture)
Alistair Hunt (University of Bath)
Mike Holland (EMRC and Imperial College London)
Scott Jacobs (Jacobs, Cordova & Associates)
Julian Jamison (The World Bank)
Glenn Jenkins (Queen’s University, Canada)
Mark Jit (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine)
Ozge Karanfil (Harvard School of Public Health)
Lynn Karoly (RAND)
Paul Kelleher (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine)
Stephen Kirama (University of Dar es Salaam, Kenya)
Meg Klekner (International Monetary Fund)
Jack Knetsch (Simon Fraser University)
Gunnar Kohlin (University of Gothenburg)
Alan Krupnick (Resources for the Future)
Margaret Kuklinski (University of Washington)
Ajit Kumar (Gaya College, India)
Carol Levin (University of Washington)
James Lomas (University of York)
Bjorn Lomborg (Copenhagen Consensus Center)
David Luskin (U.S. Department of Transportation)
Erzo Luttmer (Dartmouth College)
Ted Miller (Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation)
Kyle Murphy (J-PAL)
Peter Neumann (Tufts Medical Center)
Steve Newbold (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency)
Ole Norheim (University of Bergen)
Rachel Nugent (RTI International)
Jessica Ochalek (University of York)
Emmanuel Olet (Independent)
Peter F. Orazem (Iowa State University)
Samuel Otuba (Ugandan Ministry of Water and Environment)
Mike Paulden (University of Alberta)
Corinne Peek Asa (University of Iowa)
Roger Perman (University of Strathclyde)
Catherine Pitt (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine)
Billy Pizer (Duke University)
George Psacharopoulos (Georgetown University)
Alan Randall (Ohio State University)
Michelle Remme (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine)
Stephen Resch (Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health)
Joan Rovira (University of Barcelona)
Christoph Rheinberger (European Chemicals Agency)
David Rojas (ISGlobal)
Arden Rowell (University of Illinois)
Zia Sadique (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine)
Hugo Salgado (Universidad de Talca)
Saty Satyamurti (Consulting Engineer)
Anna Schickele (J-PAL LAC)
Abusaleh Shariff (US India Policy Institute)
Mark Shepard (Harvard University)
Chris Smith (GiveWell)
Michael Spackman (NERA Economic Consulting)
Jody Springer (FEMA)
Benjamin Ssekamuli (Independent)
Linda Strobl (City of Hamilton Public Health Services)
Fran Sussman (Independent)
Sedona Sweeney (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine)
Montarat Thavorncharoensap (Mahidol University)
James Thurlow (International Food Policy Research Institute)
Craig Thornton (Mathematica Policy Research)
Lani Trenouth (N/A)
Gernot Wagner (Harvard University)
Jacqueline Willwerth (Industrial Economics Incorporated)
Felipe Vásquez (Universidad del Desarrollo)
Mireya Vilar Compte (Universidad Iberoamericana)
Paul van Gils (National Institute for Public health and the Environment)
Kip Viscusi (Vanderbilt University)
Jack Wells (U.S. Department of Transportation, retired)
Fatima Zouhair (U.S. Coast Guard)