Essays in health economics and labor economics

Essays in health economics and labor economics

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Comparing average BMI in my sample to corresponding information from the fourth National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES IV), which ... height.9 In addition to BMI, itself, I focus on two widely used thresholds of weight- related health a€” clinical measures of underweight and obesity. The former is defined as BMI of no greater than 18.5, while the latter is defined as BMI of 30 or higher.


Title:Essays in health economics and labor economics
Author:Philip Paul DeCicca
Publisher: - 2005
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