Experiments in malaria prevention

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Malaria_nets Does raising the price of long lasting anti-malarial insecticide-treated nets (ITNs) from $0 to a $0.75 kill the demand? At least in theory, cost sharing can help reduce wastefulness and save money without serious adverse effects of healthcare of most people.

Based on a field experiment in Kenya, a new paper explores the effects that cost sharing of the price of ITNs charged to pregnant women had on infant mortality.

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