|Title||Inequality of BMI Dynamics: A Socioeconomic and Gender Perspective|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2016|
|Authors||Lipps, O, Zella, S|
|Journal||LIVES Working Paper|
|Keywords||age differences, fixed effects modeling, gender differences, Germany, SES and individual BMI, Switzerland, USA|
The aim is to understand causal effects of gender, socio-economic status, and ageing on body mass index (BMI) of individuals in three industrialized countries which are characterized by different BMI distributions.