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Economics Juniors (2021) Health Data (David Silver)

Economics Juniors Session for David Silver

Health Economics Literature

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Econlit 1886- Index with selected abstracts of international economic literature, produced by the American Economic Association. Includes coverage of major journals as well as articles in collective volumes (essays, proceedings, etc.), books, full text book reviews, dissertations, & working papers.

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The National Center for Health Statistics and the CDC make  various useful data write ups available which can be very useful for major topics and workarounds.

National Center for Health Statistics Data Briefs Statistical publications that provide information about current public health topics.
National Health Statistics Reports from the National Health Interview Survey Long detailed statistical publications that provide information about current public health topics.
Center for Disease Control and Prevention Publications Publications on a variety of health related topics (see publications by topic at the bottom of the CDC page)