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Long-term effects of female teacher on her pupils' smoking behaviour later in life

@inproceedings{Yamamura2021LongtermEO,
  title={Long-term effects of female teacher on her pupils' smoking behaviour later in life},
  author={Eiji Yamamura},
  year={2021}
}
In Japan, teacher and student is randomly matched in the first year of elementary school. Under the quasi-natural experimental setting, we examine how learning in female teacher homeroom class in the elementary school influence pupils' smoking behavior after they become adult. We found that pupils are unlikely to smoke later in life if they belonged to female teacher homeroom class in pupil's first year of school. 

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