In social science research, particularly in the qualitative literature on program evaluation, the term “quasi-experiment” refers to studies that do not involve the application of treatments via random assignment of subjects. They are also called observational studies. A quasi-experiment (or observational study) does involve the application of a treatment, but the treatment could be one that was applied prior to the initiation of the study.
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