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The distributional effects of adaption and anticipation to ill health on subjective wellbeing

Prashant Gupta Orcid Logo, Tapas Mishra, Nigel O’Leary, Mamata Parhi, Nigel O'Leary Orcid Logo

Economics Letters, Volume: 136, Pages: 99 - 102

Swansea University Authors: Prashant Gupta Orcid Logo, Nigel O'Leary Orcid Logo

DOI (Published version): 10.1016/j.econlet.2015.09.010

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Adaption and anticipation to reported illness upon subjective wellbeing is analysed across the wellbeing distribution. Anticipation effects are muted, but substantial adaption effects are apparent that differ markedly over the range of wellbeing, being most evident at the upper quartile.

Published in: Economics Letters
Published: 2015
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title_full The distributional effects of adaption and anticipation to ill health on subjective wellbeing
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