SFI Campbell produces systematic reviews of the effects of social interventions based on the highest quality of research available. SFI Campbell is part of the international Campbell Collaboration, and most of SFI Campbell’s reviews follow the official Campbell review guidelines and are published in the Campbell library. In addition to distinct Campbell reviews, SFI Campbell also conducts other types of less rigorous literature reviews depending on the purpose served, but all are conducted using systematic approaches.
SFI Campbell covers a wide range of topics and conduct reviews about:
- Social welfare interventions – e.g. family therapy interventions for young people with substance abuse and the effect of deployment
- Labour market measures – e.g. unemployment benefit exhaustion and the effects of active labour market programme participation
- Education policies – e.g. the effect of class-size and targeted school-based interventions for students at risk