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Health Economics

Jerome Adda

  • “Health Selection and the Effect of Smoking on Mortality” (2013) Scandinavian Journal of Economics, (with V Lechene)., (with V Lechene).
  • “The Legalization of Cannabis and Crime: Evidence from a Localized Policing Experiment”, with B. Mcconnell and I. Rasul.
  • “The Effect of Taxes and Bans on Passive Smoking”, with F. Cornaglia, American Economic Journal Applied Economics, (2010).
  • “The Impact of Income Shocks on Health: Evidence from English Cohorts”, with J . Banks and H.M. Gaudeker, Journal of the European Economic Association, 2009.
  • “Taxes, Cigarette Consumption and Smoking Intensity”, with F. Cornaglia, American Economic Review, 96, 4 (2006) 1013-1028.
  • “Behavior Towards Health Risks: An Empirical Study Using the “Mad Cow”, Crisis as an Experiment”, Journal of of Risk and Uncertainty (2007).
  • “Short-run Economic Effects of the Scottish Smoking Ban”. with S. Berlinski and S. Machin, International Journal of Epidemiology (2006).
  • “Socio-Economic Status and Health: Causality and Pathways”, with T. Chandola and M. Marmot, Journal of Econometrics (2003).
  • “Associations Between Health And Measures Of Income And Wealth In White Collar Epidemiology and Community Health" (2003).




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