Authors Stefan Boes (PI) , Kaspar W├╝thrich

Contributing institutions
Abstract The evaluation of interventions is an integral part of active policy making. For example, one might be interested in the stabilizing effect of a financial regulation, in the health and economic consequences of a smoking ban in public areas, in the effect of a harmonized education system on student performance, or in the health impacts of extended benefits in the mandatory health insurance, to name just a few interventions relevant to the public debate in Switzerland over the last years. The... >>