Leonardo Morales

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We use data from Bogotá and Medellín to describe key quality of life indicators of each city and illustrate their spatial segregation at the census sector level. We present evidence that the main two Colombian cities are highly spatially segregated. Household are spatially segregated according to their education levels and access to education, coverage of(More)
We estimate a structural dynamic model of the determinants of obesity. In addition to including many of the well-recognized endogenous factors mentioned in the literature as obesity determinants, we also model the individual's residential location as a choice variable, which is the main contribution of this paper to the literature. This allows us to control(More)
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