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Diseño y métodos cuasiexperimentales

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  • Howard White
  • Shagun Sabarwal
  • UNICEF Office of Research - Innocenti

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Los diseños cuasiexperimentales identifican un grupo de comparación lo más parecido posible al grupo de tratamiento en cuanto a las características del estudio de base (previas a la intervención). El grupo de comparación capta los resultados que se habrían obtenido si el programa o la política no se hubieran aplicado (es decir, el contrafáctico). Por consiguiente, se puede establecer si el programa o la política han causado alguna diferencia entre los resultados del grupo de tratamiento y los del grupo de comparación.

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  • Howard White & Shagun Sabarwal & UNICEF Office of Research - Innocenti, 2016. "Diseño y métodos cuasiexperimentales," Papers metbri817, Methodological Briefs.
  • Handle: RePEc:ucf:metbri:metbri817
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