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Resul Cesur
Resul Cesur
Associate Professor of Healthcare Economics, UCONN School of Business, IZA, and NBER.
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The psychological costs of war: military combat and mental health
R Cesur, JJ Sabia, E Tekin
Journal of health economics, 2012
1812012
Air pollution and infant mortality: evidence from the expansion of natural gas infrastructure
R Cesur, E Tekin, A Ulker
The economic journal 127 (600), 330-362, 2017
1442017
Education, religion, and voter preference in a Muslim country
R Cesur, N Mocan
Journal of Population Economics 31 (1), 1-44, 2018
96*2018
Youth depression and future criminal behavior
DM Anderson, R Cesur, E Tekin
Economic Inquiry 53 (1), 294-317, 2015
782015
The impact of education on health outcomes and behaviors in a middle-income, low-education country
B Dursun, R Cesur, N Mocan
Economics & Human Biology 31, 94-114, 2018
75*2018
When War Comes Home: The Effect of Combat Service on Domestic Violence
R Cesur, JJ Sabia
Review of Economics and Statistics, 2015
702015
The value of socialized medicine: The impact of universal primary healthcare provision on mortality rates in Turkey
R Cesur, PM GŁneş, E Tekin, A Ulker
Journal of Public Economics 150, 75-93, 2017
582017
From cradle to classroom: high birth weight and cognitive outcomes
R Cesur, IR Kelly
Health Economics 13 (2), 2, 2010
47*2010
Transforming lives: the impact of compulsory schooling on hope and happiness
B Dursun, R Cesur
Journal of Population Economics 29 (3), 911-956, 2016
332016
Can natural gas save lives? Evidence from the deployment of a fuel delivery system in a developing country
R Cesur, E Tekin, A Ulker
Journal of health economics 59, 91-108, 2018
282018
Combat exposure, cigarette consumption, and substance use
R Cesur, A Chesney, JJ Sabia
Economic Inquiry 54 (3), 1705-1726, 2016
222016
The value of mandating maternal education in a developing country
B Dursun, R Cesur, IR Kelly
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2017
162017
Sleepwalking through school: New evidence on sleep and academic achievement
JJ Sabia, K Wang, R Cesur
Contemporary Economic Policy 35 (2), 331-344, 2017
16*2017
Who pays the bar tab? Beer consumption and economic growth in the United States
R Cesur, IR Kelly
Economic Inquiry 52 (1), 477-494, 2014
162014
Do minimum wage increases reduce crime?
ZS Fone, JJ Sabia, R Cesur
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2019
132019
Combat exposure and migraine headache: evidence from exogenous deployment assignment
R Cesur, JJ Sabia, E Tekin
Economics & Human Biology 16, 81-99, 2015
122015
The effect of breastfeeding on young adult wages: new evidence from the add health
R Cesur, JJ Sabia, IR Kelly, M Yang
Review of Economics of the Household 15 (1), 25-51, 2017
82017
Did the war on terror ignite an opioid epidemic?
R Cesur, JJ Sabia, WD Bradford
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2019
72019
War, traumatic health shocks, and religiosity
R Cesur, T Freidman, JJ Sabia
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 179, 475-502, 2020
62020
Socialized healthcare and women’s fertility decisions
R Cesur, PM Gunes, E Tekin, A Ulker
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2019
52019
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