NIDA Funds Project on Optimizing Prevention of Early Adult Outcomes
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Pilot of New Model Supporting the Use of Prevention Evidence by Federal Legislative Offices
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Special Issue of JBCA on Benefit-Cost Analysis of Prevention and Intervention Programs for Youth and Young Adults Published
September 30, 2015
The Journal of Benefit Cost Analysis has published a special issue on Benefit-Cost Analysis of Prevention and Intervention Programs for Youth and Young Adults. Dr. Margaret Kuklinski of the University of Washington's Social Development Research Group edited the issue. She described the papers in the issue as representative of 'a range of topics and issues, including the need for accurate and comprehensive assessment of program costs, high-quality BCAs of prevention and intervention programs, increasing recognition of the importance of monetizing noncognitive outcomes, and the role of BCA in pay for success financing arrangements.'