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Policy Research Working Papers
Mosquito abatement is a public good. A simultaneous model of mosquito abundance and abatement response is developed. We then use data from a cluster randomized controlled experiment conducted over the period 2012-2014 in urban areas of Réunion in France to study the impact of WHO-recommended mechanical elimination techniques, which involve removing sources of stagnant water around the house, on a number of outcomes, including objective entomological indices and self-declared protectivedoi:10.1596/1813-9450-7980 fatcat:b7ixanchszcpdnwwjkfy5v26oi