Assessing the Health Impact of Air Quality Regulations: Concepts and Methods for Accountability Research

Communication 11, September 2003

A document from the HEI Accountability Working Group

Evaluating the extent to which air quality regulations improve public health is part of a broad effort—termed accountability—to assess the performance of all environmental regulatory policies. Communication 11 sets out a conceptual framework for accountability research and identifies types of evidence required and methods by which the evidence can be obtained.

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