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The Impact of Indoor Air Pollution on the Incidence of Life Threatening Respiratory Illnesses: Evidence from Young Children in Peru
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IFPRI This paper analyzes the impact of indoor air pollution on boys and girls health, and the validity of various mitigation strategies using a panel of Peruvian children younger than six years old. It controls for unobserved child heterogeneity and important confounding variables established in the literature, but seldom available in surveys. I find a negative, statistically significant and considerable impact of indoor air pollution on child respiratory health. This impact is stronger anddoi:10.2139/ssrn.1879454 fatcat:5cheadbps5hdjjyxzrigtfw6ze