Road injuries and long-run effects on income and employment.

@article{Dano2005RoadIA,
  title={Road injuries and long-run effects on income and employment.},
  author={Anne Moller Dano},
  journal={Health economics},
  year={2005},
  volume={14 9},
  pages={955-70}
}
This paper investigates whether unexpected shocks in terms of road injuries 'cause' a permanent change in disposable income, earnings, employment, and public transfer income. We use 'propensity score matching' and apply a difference-in-difference matching method to estimate the counterfactual of what the disposable income, earnings, employment, and the amount of public transfer income would have been of a particular group of persons injured by road accidents if they had not in fact been injured… CONTINUE READING

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