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Climate Preferences, Obesity, and Unobserved Heterogeneity in Cities
The Review of Regional Studies
Some sources of heterogeneity among cities, i.e. age, gender, race, income, and education, have been the object of substantial inquiry. The reasons are obvious. These differences are easily observed and may have important implications for economic activity. This study considers another potentially important population characteristic, obesity. Descriptive statistics reveal that the intercity variance in obesity rates is substantial. Empirical results demonstrate that demographic and regionaldoi:10.52324/001c.8017 fatcat:ruayzmem5fbbrackwlcw6syvna