Working mothers and intergenerational mobility: evidence from sibling schooling gaps in Venezuela
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To prevent modern health conditions like obesity, cancer, cardiovascular illness, and diabetes, which have reached epidemic-like proportions in recent ...
Who benefits when inertia is reduced? Competition, quality and returns to skill in health care markets
Increased competition may lead to incentives for firms to increase quality by incorporating higher quality inputs. This is particularly relevant in ...
In this study we exploit a regulation in Colombia that exogenously changes health insurance coverage of young adult dependents, specifically those turning ...