Adolescent mental health and unemployment over the lifespan: Population evidence from Sweden
Liam Delaney (),
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Social Science & Medicine, 2019, vol. 222, issue C, 305-314
Symptoms of mental health problems have been shown to predict adverse labour market outcomes including unemployment, but no studies have used sibling models to examine the relationship between clinically diagnosed psychiatric conditions in adolescence and subsequent unemployment.
Keywords: Mental health; Psychiatric conditions; Recession; Unemployment; Siblings fixed-effects; Sibling comparisons (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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