Can Early Intervention Policies Improve Well-being? Evidence from a randomized controlled trial

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Daly, Michael; Delaney, Liam; Doyle, Orla; Fitzpatrick, Nick; O'Farrelly, Christine;
  • Publisher: University College Dublin. School of Economics
  • Subject: Well-Being | Early Intervention | I00 | Randomised Controlled Trial | Well-Being; Randomised Controlled Trial; Early Intervention | I39
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Many authors have proposed incorporating measures of well-being into evaluations of public policy. Yet few evaluations use experimental design or examine multiple aspects of wellbeing, thus the causal impact of public policies on well-being is largely unknown. In this p... View more
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