A systematic review was conducted looking for cost, cost-effectiveness and cost-benefits studies in Spinal Cord Injury. Once all articles had been identified, they were screened and critically appraised by multiple reviewers. This information was used to quickly identify potential method limitations in the individual studies, as well as in the area of comparative economic studies in SCI as a whole. The complete methods description and a brief summary of each study is presented in the rest of this chapter, describing the outcomes used, the primary results, and the methodological strengths and limitations.