The Long Run Impact of Bombing Vietnam

@inproceedings{Miguel2006TheLR,
  title={The Long Run Impact of Bombing Vietnam},
  author={Edward Miguel and G{\'e}rard Roland},
  year={2006}
}
We estimate the impact of U.S. bombing on later economic development in Vietnam. The Vietnam War featured the most intense bombing campaign in military history. We use a unique U.S. military dataset containing bombing intensity at the district level (N=585), and match it up to district data on population density, poverty rates and consumption growth in the 1990s. We compare the heavily bombed districts to other districts, controlling for baseline demographic characteristics and district… CONTINUE READING
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