Empirical Essays in Health and Education Economics. By Amelie Catherine Wuppermann.. An empirical examination of information barriers to trade in insurance.. Equilibrium in Competitive Insurance Markets: An Essay on the Economics of Imperfect Information.
Essays in Health Economics: Empirical Studies on Determinants of Health A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy at George Mason University By Kenneth J. Lee Executive Masters in Business Administration University of Pittsburgh, 1995 Bachelor of Science, Chemistry.
Department of Economics June 2013 Title: Essays on the Economics of Health and Education I present empirical research considering the response of health and educational outcomes to alcohol consumption, drug abuse, and collegiate athletics. Chapter II considers the e ect of legal access to alcohol on student achievement. The empirical.
This thesis comprises three essays that empirically investigate important issues in two areas of health economics: physician labour supply and health insurance policy interventions. In the first essay, gendered associations between family status and physician.
International leaders from both fields have contributed original essays that employ theoretical and empirical perspectives on the relationship between health and economic growth, including the relevant interconnections with investment in education, family planning, and productivity.Each of the book's five sections deals with a different aspect of this dynamic.
This thesis is a collection of three essays in empirical development economics. The first chapter evaluates the effects on education and wages of a large school construction program undertaken by the Indonesian government between 1973 and 1978.
Empirical Essays in the Economics of Education Stijn Broecke. developments to investigate three separate questions in the economics of education. The chapters all have a geographical focus on the UK and all touch upon issues related to higher education in some capacity or other.
Essays in Empirical Health Economics Inauguraldissertation. 1 General Introduction 1 2 The Effect of Compulsory Education on Health - Evidence from Biomarkers 7 2.1 Introduction 7 2.2 Institutional Background 11 2.3 Econometric Method 14 2.4 Data and Descriptive Results 16. 5.4 Empirical Strategy 104 5.5 Results 106 5.5.1 Graphical.
Abstract. This thesis consists of three self-contained essays on the economics of education. Chapter 2 explores a secondary school admission policy reform and employs repeat sales.
Three Essays in Empirical Health Economics Sunday Azagba, Ph.D. Concordia University, 2012. This thesis consists of three essays in essential public health issues. The first essay evaluates the effect of graphic cigarette warning labels on smoking prevalence and quit attempts.
Schultz (1999) outlines the importance of human capital through education and health in determining economic growth. He insists that education increases both people’s awareness and their investments on health services, and also healthy people tend to be more efficient and therefore more productive. 2.3 Empirical Evidence.
Free Essay: A study of Education and Health is particularly interesting because these two are fundamental components of human capital. In the contemporary.
Empirical Economics publishes high quality papers using econometric or statistical methods to fill the gap between economic theory and observed data. Papers explore such topics as estimation of established relationships between economic variables, testing of hypotheses derived from economic theory, treatment effect estimation, policy evaluation, simulation, forecasting, as well as econometric.
Broecke, Stijn (2011) Empirical Essays in the Economics of Education. Our Full Text Deposits. Full text access: Open. Full text file - 1.05 MB. Abstract.. This thesis builds on these data developments to investigate three separate questions in the economics of education. The chapters all have a geographical focus on the UK and all touch upon.
The linkages of health to poverty reduction and long-term economic growth are powerful, much stronger than is generally understood.” Despite the importance of health capital, the empirical literature of the effects of health on economic growth is relatively thin.
The trivariate causality among education, health, and economic growth is a recent and thinly-explored area in the empirical literature, with no country-specific study available specifically in Africa.
Essays in empirical microeconomics and nance by Stefano Alderighi Summary The present thesis is divided in three chapters. The rst focuses on Education Economics. The second and the third on Household Finance. The following paragraphs describe the contents of each chapter more in detail.
I present empirical research considering the response of health and educational outcomes to alcohol consumption, drug abuse, and collegiate athletics. Chapter II considers the effect of legal access to alcohol on student achievement. The empirical approach identifies the effect through changes in students' performance after gaining legal access to alcohol, controlling flexibly for the expected.
Title: Empirical Essays on Education and Health Policy Evaluation Opponent: Professor Jonas Vlachos, Department of Economics, Stockholm University Please click the link below to join the webinar.