Taxpayers could reap huge benefits from early childhood interventions

16 January 2017

Terrie Moffitt, Duke University, shares her most recent findings from the Dunedin study: About 80% of the costs of public health services are caused by only 20% of the population. She also explains how early childhood interventions could help prevent such costs and ultimately benefit tax payers as well as the government.



Article on this research published in Human Nature
Media coverage in the Guardian
Interview with Terrie Moffitt on BOLD blog

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