In this paper I ask whether exposure to the strategic considerations of a collective action dilemma in an experimental setting can change behavior in real-world scenarios in which those individuals face similar strategic trade-offs.
By randomizing the insurance premium for the SKY micro-health insurance program in rural Cambodia, allows casual effects of health insurance on economic, health care utilization, and health outcomes to be estimated.
This paper demonstrates that there are potentially large returns to social protection policy that stakes out a productive safety net below the vulnerable and keeps them from slipping into a poverty trap.
This report describes the strategy that will be implemented in the evaluation of the SKY Micro Health Insurance program in rural Cambodia. This document is an update to the evaluation design presented in the proposal to BASIS dated January 25th, 2007.