Access to justice is defined as the ability of both victims and accused to seek and obtain redress through the formal or informal legal system in an accessible, affordable, timely and just manner, regardless of sex, age, socio-economic status, mental or physical capacity, or ethnicity.Read more
Economics and Epidemiology: Two Sides of the Same Coin or Different Currencies for Evaluating Impact?
CEDIL Inception Paper 10 Authors: Vigneri, M, Masset, E, Clare, M, Exley, J, Tugwell, P, Welch, V, White, H This paper discusses differences in theRead more
CEDIL Inception Paper 9 Authors: Attanasio, O, Blair, D Structural modelling, that is the use of behavioural models to add a framework to the decisionRead more
CEDIL Inception Paper 7 Authors: Snilstveit, B, Stevenson, J, Shemilt, I, Clarke M, Jimenez, E, Thomas, J Brief summary: Systematic reviews provide reliable summaries ofRead more
CEDIL Inception Paper 6 Authors: Masset E, Rathinam F, Nath M, Vigneri M, Wood, B This paper explores the factors associated with the success ofRead more
CEDIL Inception Paper 1 The final paper will be available on the website in the near future List of authors: Webster, J, Lewis, J, Exley,Read more