Effect of economic crisis on suicide cases: An ARDL bounds testing approach - Demirci Ş, Konca M, Yetim B, İlgün G.

BACKGROUND: Suicide events observed in various groups, community or countries, especially in the periods of economic recession. It is thought that suicide cases increase when people's income decreases dramatically and they lose their jobs. AIM/OBJECTIVE: I...
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