The Economics of Health Behaviours

The Economics of Health Behaviours

Elgar Research Reviews in Economics

John Cawley and Donald S. Kenkel

This research review evaluates the most important and interesting papers on the economics of health behaviours such as smoking, drinking, drug use, and risky sex.

Review Article

John Cawley and Donald S. Kenkel

Subjects: economics and finance, health policy and economics, social policy and sociology, economics of social policy, health policy and economics

This research review evaluates the most important and interesting papers on the economics of health behaviours such as smoking, drinking, drug use, and risky sex.

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