Education and Food Consumption Patterns: Quasi-Experimental Evidence from Indonesia

  title={Education and Food Consumption Patterns: Quasi-Experimental Evidence from Indonesia},
  author={Dr Mohammad Rafiqul Islam},
  journal={Econometric Modeling: Microeconometric Studies of Health},
How does food consumption improve educational outcomes is an important policy issue for developing countries. Applying the Indonesian Family Life Survey (IFLS) 2014, we estimate the returns of food consumption to education and investigate if more educated individuals tend to consume healthier bundles than less-educated individuals do. We implement the Expected Outcome Methodology, which is similar to Average Treatment on The Treated (ATT) conceptualized by Angrist and Pischke (2009). We find… Expand


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