Results may provide a justification on efficiency grounds for policies to provide special protection for children’s health and suggest that benefit–cost analyses of policies affecting health should include separate estimates of the benefits of health improvements for children and adults.
The US Environmental Protection Agency partially funded the research described here under C R 825921-01-0. The research has not been subjected to Agency review and therefore does not necessarily reflect the views of the agency, and no official endorsement should be inferred.
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