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Aus der Einleitung: Dieser Band will informieren, erklären und Lösungen der Umweltprobleme aufzeigen. Im ersten Teil werden Umweltrisiken und Umweltschäden aufgezeigt, im mittleren Teil ausgewählte Verursachungsbereiche (Chemie, Verkehr, Militär) beschrieben, im letzten Teil stehen...
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Much of the recent literature on price transmission focuses on whether price changesoccurring at one stage of the food sector are fully transmitted in changes to retail prices. Therole of market structure in determining the degree of price transmission is often emphasised,the presumption being...
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In dieser Studie über die Nahrungsmittelverfügbarkeit in der Europäischen Union mit den Mitgliederstaaten von 2009, werden Food Balance Sheets (FBS) der Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) von 1961 bis 2003 analysiert. Obwohl die Zuverlässigkeit und Präzision der FBS Daten stark von der...
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This paper uses data from the Russian Longitudinal Monitoring Survey (RLMS) to examine the relationship between nutritional status and both longer-run household resources and short-run fluctuations in household resources. We evaluate six measures of nutrition – gross energy intake, two...
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This paper explores secular changes in women?s pay relative to men?s pay. It shows how the human capital model predicts a smaller gender wage gap as male-female lifetime work expectations become more similar. The model explains why relative female wages rose almost unabated from 1890 to the...
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In an influential study Case et al. (2002) documented a positive relationship between family income and child health in the US, with the slope of the gradient being larger for older than younger children. In this paper we explore the child health income gradient in England, which has a...
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