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Compensating Differentials for Gender-Specific Job Injury Risks
(The American Economic Review, 1998)
Women have largely been excluded from analyses of compensating differentials for job risk since they are predominantly employed in safer, white-collar occupations. New data reveal that their injury experience is considerable. ...
Teen Smoking Behavior and the Regulatory Environment
(Duke Law Journal, 1998)
Professor Hersch argues that most state regulations aimed at fighting teen smoking have had little or no effect. She provides evidence that despite widespread age restrictions on purchasing tobacco, most teens do not ...