Identification of causal effects using the 1995 earthquake in Japan : studies of education and health

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Aoki, Yu;
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This thesis aims to identify causal effects using a natural experimental approach.\ud We focus on the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake in midwestern Japan as a source\ud of exogenous variation in the variables of interest.\ud Chapter 1 explores the causal effect of school... View more
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