Did You Get Your Shots? Experimental Evidence on the Role of Reminders (Journal Article)
Julian Cristia () and
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Many families fail to vaccinate their children despite the supply of these services at no cost. This study tests whether personal reminders can increase demand for vaccination.
Keywords: Vaccination; Reminders; Field experiment; Guatemala (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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