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Percoco M. Health shocks and human capital accumulation: the case of Spanish flu in Italian regions, Regional Studies. The impact of health on economic development is a hotly debated issue in the economics literature, with most scholars supporting the idea that the diffusion of diseases is detrimental to development. In this context, pandemics are an important case study given their exogenous nature, which makes identification of the impact of diseases on development clearer than in other casesdoi:10.6084/m9.figshare.3689151 fatcat:irjxxb4xcbhcrfytlkmogn6oey