Panel Convened Around Research Priorities on Economic Analysis of Prevention

A lack of consensus around methods for conducting economic evaluations of prevention efforts continues to be a major barrier to studies of prevention efficienty In response, PEPR members convened a expert panel at this years SPR conference. The panel was comprised of prevention researchers, economists, and policy analysts to provide different perspectives on major research priorities for strengthening economic analyses in prevention science. Panelists included Steve Aos, Director of theWashington State Institute for Public Policy; Beverlie Fallik, Senior Public Health Analyst at the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention, Substance Abuse & Mental Health Administration; Jon Baron, Director of theCoalition for Evidence Based Policy; Lynn Karoly, Director of the Office of Research Quality Assurance, Senior Economist, RAND.

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