Early health‐related behaviours and their impact on later life chances: evidence from the US
This paper uses evidence from the US to examine the impact of adolescent illegal consumption and violent behaviour on later life chances. Specifically, we look at the effect of such behaviour by young men in late adolescence on productivity and household formation 10 years on. We find that alcohol a...
Burgess, Simon M
|Place of publication:||
Chichester Wiley Subscription Services, Inc., A Wiley Company 01.08.1998
|published in:||Health economics Vol. 7; no. 5; pp. 381 - 399|
|Data of publication:||August 1998|
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