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.







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

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Logo: Independent research foundation Denmark

Inside the black box of treatment exposure has received a four year funding from Independent Research Fund Denmark

Period:  2019 - 2022