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What drives the acceptability of restrictive health policies: An experimental assessment of individual preferences for anti-COVID 19 strategies

Abstract : The public acceptability of a policy is an important issue in democracies, in particular for anti-COVID-19 policies, which require the adherence of the population to be applicable and efficient. Discrete choice experiment (DCE) can help elicit preference ranking among various policies for the whole population and subgroups. Using a representative sample of the French population, we apply DCE methods to assess the acceptability of various anti-COVID-19 measures, separately and as a package. Owing to the methods, we determine the extent to which acceptability depends on personal characteristics: political orientation, health vulnerability, or age. The young population differs in terms of policy preferences and their claim for monetary compensation, suggesting a tailored policy for them. The paper provides key methodological tools based on microeconomic evaluation of individuals’ preferences for improving the design of public health policies.
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Thierry Blayac, Dimitri Dubois, Sébastien Duchêne, Phu Nguyen-Van, Bruno Ventelou, et al.. What drives the acceptability of restrictive health policies: An experimental assessment of individual preferences for anti-COVID 19 strategies. Economic Modelling, 2022, 116, pp.106047. ⟨10.1016/j.econmod.2022.106047⟩. ⟨hal-03866196⟩

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