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Does Education Improve Health?: A Reexamination of the Evidence from Compulsory Schooling Laws: A Reprint from “Economic Perspectives”
Bhashkar Mazumder (au)
Analyzes the impact of compulsory schooling laws early in the 20th century on long-term health. The author finds no compelling evidence for a causal link between education and health using this research design. Further, the results suggest that only a small fraction of health conditions are affected by education, and several of those are conditions, such as sight and hearing, where economic theories don’t appear to be relevant. Tables.
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