Marc Suhrcke

World Health Organization - European Office for Investment & Development

Campo Santo Stefano

San Marco 2847

30124 Venice

Italy

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

4

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820

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1

CROSSREF CITATIONS

7

Scholarly Papers (4)

1.

Health Expenditures, Longevity and Growth

Number of pages: 98 Posted: 08 May 2008 Last Revised: 07 Jun 2015
Université Paris Dauphine, OECD, EDHEC Business School and World Health Organization - European Office for Investment & Development
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Health expenditures, ageing, longevity, Human capital, Growth

2.

Are Cardiovascular Diseases Bad for Economic Growth?

CESifo Working Paper No. 1845
Number of pages: 33 Posted: 05 Dec 2006
Marc Suhrcke and Dieter M. Urban
World Health Organization - European Office for Investment & Development and Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz - Institute for International Economic Theory
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cardiovascular disease, growth empirics, dynamic panel data estimator

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The Impact of Diabetes on Labor Market Outcomes in Mexico: A Panel Data and Biomarker Analysis

IZA Discussion Paper No. 10123
Number of pages: 33 Posted: 16 Aug 2016
Till Seuring, Pieter M. Serneels and Marc Suhrcke
University of East Anglia (UEA), University of Oxford - Centre for the Study of African Economies (CSAE) and World Health Organization - European Office for Investment & Development
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diabetes, labor market, Mexico, biomarker, panel data

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Diabetes, Employment and Behavioural Risk Factors in China: Marginal Structural Models Versus Fixed Effects Models

IZA Discussion Paper No. 11817
Number of pages: 30 Posted: 24 Sep 2018
University of East Anglia (UEA), University of Oxford - Centre for the Study of African Economies (CSAE), World Health Organization - European Office for Investment & Development and University of East Anglia (UEA)
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China, diabetes, employment, behavioural risk factors, marginal structural model