The Interface Between Economic Development, Health and Environment in India : An Econometric Investigation
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- Nagar, A.L. & Shovon Ray, Amit & Sawhney, Aparna & Samanta, Sayan, 2008. "The Interface between economic development, health and environment in India: An econometric investigation," Working Papers 08/56, National Institute of Public Finance and Policy.
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Keywordshealth; exogenous variables; economic development; health; environment; per capita; gross domestic product; pollution physical infrastructure; life expectancy; India; econometric;
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