Measuring the effect of policy interventions at the population level: some methodological concerns.

Abstract

Health policy evaluations estimate the response of population aggregate outcomes to interventions. However, clarity on the form of the expected causal relationship, the parameter identification strategy, and the mode of hypothesis testing is required to overcome a number of conceptual and methodological problems. We use the New Jersey statewide smoking ban… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/hec.1783

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