An Approach Toward Applying Cost-benefit Analysis to an Industrial Health Problem in a Developing Country: An Economic Analysis of Direct Loss from Occupational Accidents in the Coal Mining Industry of Taiwan, Republic of China
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accident control programs age groups Appendix application assumption attributable to occupational average benefit payments Coal Miners l966 coal mining accidents coal mining industry compensation computation considered to age consumption considered consumption with consumption cost of hospitalization cost of outpatient cost-benefit analysis coverage developing country disability awards disabling accidents discount rate Due to Occupational earnings minus consumption economic estimate factor Formula future consumption future earnings given cause category included insured wage Labour Insurance Bureau life-table losses from fatality Man-Years of Earnings National obtained occupational accidents pational accidents permanent disability present value Provincial Department public health quantified real wages reduction in loss Republic of China result specified statistics sumption Table Taiwan Labour Insurance Taiwan Provincial Government Terms of Man-Years Text Exhibit tion Total Direct Loss total loss underground coal miners United United States dollars value of future workers worth of production