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Golden L, Wiens-Tuers B. To your happiness? Extra hours of labor supply and worker well-being. Journal of Socio-Economics 2006;35(2):382-397. See http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=988245

Sehili S, Elbasha EH, Moriarty DG, Zack MM. Inequalities in self-reported physical health in the United States, 1993–1999. Health Econ 2005;14(4):377–389. abstract

Szwarwald CL, Bastos FI, Esteves MAP. State of animus among Brazilians: influence of socioeconomic context?. Cad Saúde Pública 2005;21(suppl1)S33–S42. abstract html

Dehejia RH, Lleras-Muney A. Booms, busts, and babies' health. Q J Econ 2004;119(3):1091–1130. abstract

Young FW. Socioeconomic Status and Health: The Problem of Explanation and a Sociological Solution. Social Theory & Health 2004;2(2):123–141. See http://www.palgrave-journals.com/sth/journal/v2/n2/abs/8700026a.html.

Helliwell J. How's life? Combining individual and national variables to explain subjective well-being. Economic Modeling 2003;20(2):331-360. Accessible as NBER Working Paper No. 9065 (July 2002). abstract

Gold M. Summary measures of population health and beyond: a look at U.S. federal activities in measuring the health of populations. WHO Conference. Statistical Commission and Economic Commission for Europe 2000. Working paper No. 11. Ottawa Canada, 23–25. pdf [41K]

Ruhm CJ. Are recessions good for your health? Q J Econ 2000;115(2):617–650. abstract

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