SILNE : Smoking Inequalities - Learning from Natural Experiments
The SILNE project aims to generate new empirical evidence on the effectiveness of strategies to reduce socio-economic inequalities in smoking. Innovative strategies will be applied for the evaluation of natural policy experiments in tobacco control in all parts of Europe. Top researchers from different disciplines and different European regions will work together and link up with European research networks concerned with tobacco control or health inequalities.
The overall aim of the project is thus to analyse several natural experiments within Europe in order to generate new empirical evidence to inform strategies to reduce socio-economic inequalities in smoking.