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Economic Distress and Children's Mental Health: Evidence from the Brazilian High Risk Cohort Study for Mental Conditions


  • Luís Felipe Fontes
  • Matías Mrejen
  • Beatriz Rache
  • Rudi Rocha


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  • Luís Felipe Fontes & Matías Mrejen & Beatriz Rache & Rudi Rocha, 2022. "Economic Distress and Children's Mental Health: Evidence from the Brazilian High Risk Cohort Study for Mental Conditions," Working Papers 15, Instituto de Estudos para Políticas de Saúde.
  • Handle: RePEc:amc:wpaper:15

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    1. Guilherme Amorim & Diogo Britto & Alexandre Fonseca & Breno Sampaio, 2022. "Job Loss, Unemployment Insurance and Health: Evidence from Brazil," BAFFI CAREFIN Working Papers 22192, BAFFI CAREFIN, Centre for Applied Research on International Markets Banking Finance and Regulation, Universita' Bocconi, Milano, Italy.
    2. Amorim, Guilherme & Britto, Diogo & Fonseca, Alexandre & Sampaio, Breno, 2024. "Job Loss, Unemployment Insurance, and Health: Evidence from Brazil," IZA Discussion Papers 16790, Institute of Labor Economics (IZA).

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