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Analysis of data on health: 2
Healthy, wealthy, and wise? Tests for direct causal paths between health and socioeconomic status
Adams, P.; Hurd, M.D.; McFadden, D.; Merrill, A.; Ribeiro, T.
Socio-economic status and health: causality and pathways
Adda, J.; Chandola, T.; Marmot, M.
Some observations on health status and economic status
Some aspects of causal relationships
Conditioning, causality and policy analysis
Assumptions allowing the estimation of direct causal effects
Mealli, F.; Rubin, D.B.
General methodological considerations
Triangular structural model specification and estimation with application to causality
Econometric issues in using the AHEAD panel
Some causal lessons from macroeconomics
Some technical issues in defining causality
Adams, P.; Hurd, M.D.; McFadden, D.; Merrill, A.; Ribeirio, T.
Disease cases and their medical costs attributable to smoking: an analysis of the national medical expenditure survey
Johnson, E.; Dominici, F.; Griswold, M.; L. Zeger, S.
Does piped water reduce diarrhea for children in rural India?
Jalan, J.; Ravallion, M.
Understanding mid-life and older age mortality declines: evidence from Union Army veterans
Parental bereavement: heterogeneous impacts of AIDS in Thailand
Wachter, K.W.; Knodel, J.E.; VanLandingham, M.
On decomposing the causes of health sector inequalities with an application to malnutrition inequalities in Vietnam
Wagstaff, A.; van Doorslaer, E.; Watanabe, N.
Family planning, gender differences and infant mortality: evidence from Uttar Pradesh, India