Conventional wisdom argues that prevention is better than cure, and that later cure costs more than earlier cure,...
so again this supports the notion that implementing earlier should offer better pay-offs than implementing later but I am neither aware of nor can find any studies to prove or disprove this common-sense hypothesis.
This is a very interesting area, in the sense of the Chinese curse, and one that could certainly use more study, so that we could all benefit from the results.
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