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Health and its Effects on the Quality of Life in the EU Countries

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Quality of Life Indicators in Selected European Countries: Hierarchical Cluster Analysis Approach

References 1. Constanza, R., et al. (2007). Quality of life: An approach integrating opportunities, human needs, and subjective well-being. Ecological Economics , Vol. 61, pp. 267-276. 2. Diener, E., Suh, E. (1997). Measuring quality of life: economic, social, and subjective indicators. Social Indicators Research , Vol. 40, pp. 189-216. 3. Economist Intelligence Unit (2004). The Economist Intelligence Unit’s quality-of-life index . Available at http://www.economist.com/media/pdf/QUALITY_OF_LIFE.pdf [8 October 2015]. 4. European

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Culture and Economic Development: Emigration as Evaluation of Lithuanian Cultural Environment

References Arts and Economic Prosperity Report. (2012) USA: Americans for the Arts. Аuzan, А. (2014) Эффект колеи. Проблема зависимости от траектории предшествующего развития - эволюция гипотез. Доклад в научном симпозиуме «Институциональные проблемы долгосрочной социально-экономической динамики» (http://postnauka.ru/longreads/35754), Эко- номический факультет МГУ им. М. В. Ломоносова. Banfield, E. C. (1967) Moral Basis of a Backward Society. Glenncoe, IL: The Free Press. Cato Institute, on

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Labor Migration in Indonesia and the Health of Children Left Behind

that affect health, B H , such as parental health and genetic endowment; and environmental factors, D . In the case of child health production, parents can be assumed to play a role in the determination of N . Parental migration can affect N in several ways. Migration necessarily involves a prolonged or temporary absence of the parent in a child’s life, which could have deleterious consequences on the quality of N . On the other hand, if migration improves household income, N could be positively impacted. The net effect of parental migration has to be

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The World’s Oldest Profession? Employment-Age Profiles from the Transactional Sex Market

females answer yes to this question. Data from multiple points in time on labor supply in transactional sex markets are required to determine whether differences in labor supply across age groups are due to cohort differences or life cycle changes in labor supply. To address these barriers, I use data from the Zambia Sexual Behavior Surveys (ZSBS), national household surveys that include information from female respondents on whether they exchanged sex for money in the past twelve months. In total, I use data for over 8,000 females age 15-49 from four rounds of the

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Work-Related Psychosocial Risk Factors and Care Workers Mental Health (In Estonian Nursing Homes)

Economics and Management, 10(2), 169−180. https://doi.org/10.3846/1611-1699.2009.10.169-180 Kleimann, L., Frank, L., Ciesla, G., Rupnow, M., & Brodaty, H. (2004). Psychometric Performance of an Assessment Scale for Strain in Nursing Care: the M-NCAS. Health Quality of Life Outcomes, 2(62), 1−10. https://doi.org/10.1186/1477-7525-2-62 Kristensen, T.S., Hannerz, H., Hųgh, A., Born, V. (2005). The Copenhagen Psychosocial Questionnaire (COPSOQ) - A tool for the Assessment and Improvement of the Psychosocial Work Environment. Scandinavian

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Diaspora Externalities

preserve the quality of one’s network abroad, etc.) that can be generalized to other migration experiences as well. This is precisely what Docquier et al. (2016) are doing: they estimate the effect of emigration on home-country institutions for all migrants, not just foreign students, and find that openness to migration, as measured by the total emigration rate, contributes to improved institutional quality. Both papers investigate the overall impact of emigration on home-country institutions. This overall effect is composed of the direct (or exit) effect of

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