Measuring spillovers matters

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Published
Dec. 2, 2016
sector
Health Nutrition and Population, Water and Sanitation
region
East Asia and Pacific (includes South East Asia), South Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa (includes East and West Africa), Latin America and the Caribbean

Highlights

This brief is based on the systematic review, The identification and measurement of health-related spillovers in impact evaluations: a systematic review by Benjamin-Chung et al. It tries to identify mechanisms that trigger spillover through geographic or social proximity, learning or imitation, norm-shaping, income and substitute effects, general equilibrium effects and relative deprivation.

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