Behavioral policies and teen traffic safety. American Economic Review, 91(2), 91-96. You are here. Home; Journal Articles; Behavioral policies and teen traffic safety; Stanford CEPA Center for Education Policy Analysis; Contact Stanford Center for Education . Download Citation on ResearchGate | On May 1, 2001, THOMAS S. DEE and others published Behavioral Policies and Teen Traffic Safety.
May 01, 2001 · Read "Behavioral Policies and Teen Traffic Safety, American Economic Review" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips. May 02, 2001 · Behavior Policies and Teen Traffic Safety by Thomas S. Dee and William N. Evans. Published in volume 91, issue 2, pages 91-96 of American Economic Review, May 2001.
It also describes new and creative ways SHSOs are sharing information, ideas, and other content – and how these activities can be measured or tracked. It provides promising practices and case study examples for using social media in traffic safety programming, and can be a tool for traffic safety programmers to design social media programs. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Traffic fatalities are the leading cause of death among teens and young adults, account-ing for one-third of all deaths among those 15–20 years of age. The large share of teen mortality attributed to car travel is not entirely unexpected. Driving is an inherently risky ac-tivity, and teens rarely die of other.