Measuring Conflict of Interest in Prevention and Intervention Research – A Feasibility Study

@inproceedings{Eisner2012MeasuringCO,
  title={Measuring Conflict of Interest in Prevention and Intervention Research – A Feasibility Study},
  author={Manuel P. Eisner and David K. Humphreys},
  year={2012}
}
and the editors of this volume for useful comments and suggestions. Over the past three decades there has been mounting confidence that we can advance crime prevention by learning from the combination of carefully designed experimental trials and systematic analyses of progress in the field. Many such systematic reviews have been conducted during the past 10 years. Most of them arrive at the encouraging conclusion that many types of universal, selective and indicated prevention can be effective… CONTINUE READING
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