Self-Reported Health and Gender: The Role of Social Norms
We investigate the role of social norms in accounting for differences in self-reported health as reported by men and women. Using the European Working Conditions Survey (EWCS, 2010), we first replicate the standard result that women report worse health than men, whatever the health outcome we consid...
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Bonn Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA) 2016
|published in:||IZA Discussion Papers Vol. 9670|
|Data of publication:||2016|
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