Gender Differences in Health Investments: Evidence from Health Care Providers in India
- 01 March, 2013
- IGC Research on India
European School of Management and Technology
New York University
Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania
A central feature of many developing countries is the presence of significant gender differentials in health outcomes. One potential factor which can account for this is that females seek treatment later than males. A contrasting hypothesis is that females receive differential care at the medical facility. This paper examines gender differentials in the seeking and treatment of eye care.
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