Government and Health Outcomes

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Michael Grossman

National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER), NY Office; CUNY The Graduate Center - Department of Economics

Date Written: October 1981

Abstract

In this paper, I summarize the results of empirical studies in the areas of schooling and health, public programs and infant mortality, and government regulation of teenage smoking. My review is selective and is based on my own research. It is neutral with respect to the question of whether the government should pursue policies to improve the health of its citizens. But it calls attention to the consequences with respect to health of alternative decisions by policy makers.

Suggested Citation

Grossman, Michael, Government and Health Outcomes (October 1981). NBER Working Paper No. w0780. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=351331

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