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Article

Jürges, Hendrik ; Reinhold, Steffen ; Salm, Martin (2011) Does schooling affect health behavior? Evidence from the educational expansion in Western Germany. Economics of Education Review Amsterdam [u.a.] 30 5 862-872 [Article]

Fang, Hanming ; Keane, Michael ; Khwaja, Ahmed ; Salm, Martin ; Silverman, Dan (2007) Testing the mechanisms of structural models: The case of the Mickey Mantle effect. American Economic Review : AER Nashville, Tenn. 97 2 53-59 [Article]

Khwaja, Ahmed ; Sloan, Frank ; Salm, Martin (2006) Evidence on preferences and subjective beliefs of risk takers: The case of smokers. International Journal of Industrial Organization Amsterdam [u.a.] 24 4 667-682 [Article]

Salm, Martin ; Belsky, Daniel ; Sloan, Frank (2006) Trends in costs of major eye diseases to Medicare. American Journal of Ophthalmology : AJO New York, NY 142 6 976-982 [Article]

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Jürges, Hendrik ; Reinhold, Steffen ; Salm, Martin (2009) Does schooling affect health behavior? Evidence from educational expansion in Western Germany. Open Access MEA Discussion Papers Mannheim 186 [Working paper]
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Salm, Martin (2008) Job loss does not cause ill health. Open Access MEA Discussion Papers Mannheim 163 [Working paper]
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Salm, Martin ; Schunk, Daniel (2008) The role of childhood health for the intergenerational transmission of human capital : evidence from administrative data. Open Access MEA Discussion Papers Mannheim 164 [Working paper]
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Salm, Martin (2007) The Effect of Pensions on Longevity: Evidence from Union Army Veterans. Open Access MEA Discussion Papers Mannheim 118 [Working paper]
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Fang, Hanming ; Keane, Michael ; Khwaja, Ahmed ; Salm, Martin ; Silverman, Dan (2006) Testing the Mechanisms of Structural Models: The Case of the Mickey Mantle Effect. Open Access MEA Discussion Papers Mannheim 113 [Working paper]
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Salm, Martin (2006) Can subjective morality expectations and stated preferences explain varying consumption and saving behaviors among the elderly? Open Access None [Working paper]
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Salm, Martin (2006) Can subjective mortality expectations and stated preferences explain varying consumption and saving behaviors among the elderly? MEA Discussion Papers Mannheim 111 [Working paper]

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