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Quality and Reputation: The Indirect Effect of Fine Particulate Matter on Health through Individuals' Life-style

Cinzia Di Novi;
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  • Published: 01 Mar 2011
Abstract
Limited literature has been published on the association between environmental health indicators, life-style habits and ambient air pollution. We have examined the association of asthma prevalence and the amount of health investment with daily mean concentrations of particulate matter (PM) with a mass median aerodynamic diameter less than 2.5 mm (PM 2.5 ) in 16 metropolitan areas in U.S. using the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (2001) data in conjunction with the Air Quality System data collected by the Environmental Protection Agency. A multivariate probit approach has been used to estimate recursive systems of equations for environmental health out...
Subjects
free text keywords: qhealth production, multivariate probit, spline, life-style, fine particulate, asthma., jel:I12, jel:C31, jel:D13, jel:D81, jel:Q25
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