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Tuesday, February 24, 2004

Posted by RFTR
I got this link from the The Volokh Conspiracy, who describes it, saying: "Now, for the first time, I have come across a survey of the econometric literature on abortion policy. It is written by Jon Klick, a very smart guy at AEI, and a former student of mine. The topics include 'the effect on incentives on sexual activity, the effect of limiting unwanted births on welfare payments, crime rates, and women's educational attainment, as well as the direct effect of changes in abortion policy on abortion and fertility decisions.'"
Might be of interest to the economist(s?) in our mix.


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