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Tipping Point: When Does Occupational Health & Safety Expenditure Become Counterproductive?

Hedonic wage theory and risk in the dental industry.

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In most books on labor economics, health and safety laws make particular reference to employee safety¹, and how this affects the utility of employees and profits of firms. In taking the hedonic wage theory, we can discuss…

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Michelle Middleton

Michelle Middleton

Health manager. I write mostly about business analysis, dentistry, wellness, healthcare, and economics. Pug & Frenchie mum. 🐶