ROSPECTS OF S COTTISH AND E NGLISH D RUG A BUSERS Ziggy MacDonald

@inproceedings{MacDonald2002ROSPECTSOS,
  title={ROSPECTS OF S COTTISH AND E NGLISH D RUG A BUSERS Ziggy MacDonald},
  author={Ziggy MacDonald},
  year={2002}
}
In this paper the employment of Scottish and English selfreporting drug users is considered using data drawn from the Scottish and British Crime Surveys. Univariate and bivariate estimates of the probability of being employed reveal a robustly negative and statistically significant association between a number of measures of drug use and current employment. These results hold for separate samples of Scottish and English respondents, and confirm recent findings for the United States. We also… CONTINUE READING

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