Revistas Académicas WoS
The Effects of Micro-entrepreneurship Programs on Labor Market Performance: Experimental Evidence from Chile
People with disabilities in the UK were 2.8 times more likely to experience depressive symptoms compared to people without disabilities (95% C.I.: 2.51?3.05,?p_<_.001), while in Greece, they were 2.2 times more likely to do so (95% C.I.: 1.90?2.64,?p_<_.001). Our findings regarding people with disabilities showed that women, older people (in Greece), unemployed and inactive people (in Greece), and better-educated people (in the UK) were more likely to experience depressive symptoms. Married people, older people (in the UK), people living in densely-populated areas (in Greece), people who assessed their health as ?average? or ?good?, and people who enjoyed?social support?(in Greece) were less likely to face depressive symptoms.
AMERICAN ECONOMIC JOURNAL-APPLIED ECONOMICS, Vol. 10, pp. 101 - 124, 2018
Autor(es): Martínez Claudia, Puentes Esteban, Ruiz-Tagle Jaime