Inside the black box of treatment exposure

Early-life policies have long-run impacts. While most research relates individuals' outcomes to program availability, intention-to-treat analyses do not speak to the effects at the intensive margin, the role of parental response, and the role of providers. These factors are instrumental for policy makers today.



In the spring of 2023, we will host five virtual talks on Early-life policies targeted practioners within the field such as nurses, pedagogues, policy-makers and others working with young children and/or their parents.

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Miriam Wüst Associate Professor - Promotion Programme Empirical Research on Children and Families; Health Economics; Applied Micro Econometrics; Family Economics Billede af Miriam Wüst