Wage Gains Associated with Height as a form of Health Human Capital by

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  title={Wage Gains Associated with Height as a form of Health Human Capital by},
  author={T. Paul Schultz},
  year={2002}
}
by T. Paul Schultz Wage Gains Associated with Height as a form of Health Human Capital Abstract Height is consulted as a latent indicator of early nutrition and lifetime health status. Height is observed to increase in recent decades in populations where per capita national income has increased and public health activities have grown. Height is determined by genetic make up and realized in part through satisfactory nutrition and health related care and conditions. Alternative instrumental… CONTINUE READING

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