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Evaluating Consumer Protection Programs: Part I. Weak but commonly used research designs, Journal of Consumer Affairs

Abstract

Part I. Examines several methodological approaches used in evaluating consumer protection programs. Background on quasi-experimental design; Information on the after-only design; Details on the comparison group design; Information on the before-after design.

Type

Article

Author(s)

Lynn W. Phillips, Bobby Calder

Date Published

1979

Citations

Phillips, W. Lynn, and Bobby Calder. 1979. Evaluating Consumer Protection Programs: Part I. Weak but commonly used research designs. Journal of Consumer Affairs. 13(2): 157-185.

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