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Intended and unintended effects of youth bicycle helmet laws

Christopher Carpenter

Intended and unintended effects of youth bicycle helmet laws

by Christopher Carpenter

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementChristopher S. Carpenter, Mark F. Stehr.
SeriesNBER working paper series -- working paper 15658, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) -- working paper no. 15658.
ContributionsStehr, Mark., National Bureau of Economic Research.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHB1
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24082923M
LC Control Number2010655679

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Intended and Unintended Consequences of Youth Bicycle Helmet Laws. bicycling among high school youths that explicitly account for bicycling by youths just above the age threshold of the helmet law. Our results highlight important intended and unintended consequences of a . CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): The Paul Merage School of Business at UC Irvine for financial support. We are grateful to Steve Kinchen and Shari Shanklin at the CDC for assistance with the YRBSS data. Results do not imply endorsement of the CDC or any other organization. The YRBSS microdata used in this paper are protected by a confidentiality.

We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow more.   Sounds great; must rush out to get some. I began thinking about all this after reading an NBER working paper by Christopher Carpenter and Mark Stehr titled Intended and Unintended Effects of Youth Bicycle Helmet Laws. More than 20 states in the US have adopted laws requiring young people to wear a helmet when riding a bicycle.


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Intended and unintended effects of youth bicycle helmet laws by Christopher Carpenter Download PDF EPUB FB2

Intended and Unintended Effects of Youth Bicycle Helmet Laws Christopher S. Carpenter, Mark F. Stehr. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in January NBER Program(s):Children, Health Economics, Law and Economics. Over 20 states have adopted laws requiring youths to wear a helmet when riding a by: 6.

Request PDF | Intended and Unintended Effects of Youth Bicycle Helmet Laws | Over 20 states have adopted laws requiring youths to wear a helmet when riding a bicycle. We confirm previous research. AbstractMore than 20 states have adopted laws requiring youths to wear a helmet when riding a bicycle.

We confirm previous research indicating that these laws reduced fatalities and increased helmet use, but we also show that the laws significantly reduced youth bicycling. We find this result in standard two-way fixed-effects models of parental reports of youth bicycling and in triple Cited by: Intended and Unintended Consequences of Youth Bicycle Helmet Laws Christopher S.

Carpenter University of California, Irvine Mark Stehr Drexel University Abstract More than 20 states have adopted laws requiring youths to wear a helmet when riding a bicycle. We confirm previous research indicating that these laws reduced.

Downloadable. Over 20 states have adopted laws requiring youths to wear a helmet when riding a bicycle. We confirm previous research indicating that these laws reduced fatalities and increased helmet use, but we also show that the laws significantly reduced youth bicycling.

We find this result in standard two-way fixed effects models of parental reports of youth bicycling, as well as in triple.

Intended and Unintended Effects of Youth Bicycle Helmet Laws p.3 phenomena, over half of the US youth population is now covered by a state bicycle helmet law. Most of these laws apply to youths under age 16 and impose modest penalties for violations (e.g. Intended and Unintended Effects of Youth Bicycle Helmet Laws.

NBER Working Paper No. w 30 Pages Posted: 18 Jan See all articles by Christopher S. Carpenter. Intended and Unintended Effects of Youth Bicycle Helmet Laws p.3 laws are largely coastal phenomena, over half of the US youth population is now covered by a state bicycle helmet law.

Most of these laws apply to youths under age 16 and impose modest. Intended and Unintended Consequences of Youth Bicycle Helmet Laws p.3 laws are largely coastal phenomena, over half of the US youth population is now covered by a state bicycle helmet law.

Most of these laws apply to youths under age 16 and impose modest penalties for violations (e.g. verbal warnings, counseling, or a small fine). A recent quasi. Head injuries and bicycle helmet laws Robinson DL Accident Prevention & Analysis Australia (New South Wales) Observational Descriptive Intended and Unintended Consequences of Youth Bicycle Helmet Laws Christopher S.

Carpenter, Mark Stehr Journal of Law and Economics, Vol. 54, No. 2 (May ) Before/after in 21 MHL states. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Over 20 states have adopted laws requiring youths to wear a helmet when riding a bicycle.

We confirm previous research indicating that these laws reduced fatalities and increased helmet use, but we also show that the laws significantly reduced youth bicycling.

We find this result in standard two-way fixed effects. Intended and Unintended Consequences of Youth Bicycle Helmet Laws. Associate Professor of Economics & Public Policy Chris Carpenter and Associate Professor of Economics Mark Stehr recently examined the effects of mandatory bicycle helmet laws on bicycling fatalities, helmet use, and cycling behaviours amongst youths in the USA.

Purpose: To assess bicycle helmet laws' effect on helmet and bicycle use among U.S. high school students in urban jurisdictions. Get this from a library. Intended and unintended effects of youth bicycle helmet laws. [Christopher Carpenter; Mark Stehr; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- "The NBER Bulletin on Aging and Health provides summaries of publications like this.

You can sign up to receive the NBER Bulletin on Aging and Health by email. Over 20 states have adopted laws. Get this from a library. Intended and Unintended Effects of Youth Bicycle Helmet Laws.

[Christopher S Carpenter; Mark F Stehr; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- Abstract: Over 20 states have adopted laws requiring youths to wear a helmet when riding a bicycle. We confirm previous research indicating that these laws reduced fatalities and increased helmet.

And some states have many local laws instead of a state-level law, skewing the comparison. Fortunately, you can read the entire paper, titled Intended and Unintended Effects of Youth Bicycle Helmet Laws on the Web and judge for yourself.

A Canadian study showed that bicycle usage remained constant after helmet laws were adopted in two. Many pundits and policy analysts pay attention to only the first-order effects—what Bastiat called “the seen”—and ignore the subsequent and often “unseen” effects.

In both these cases, policymakers were myopically obsessed with the short-term “seen” benefit of bike helmet laws or playground safety restrictions. Following enforcement of a law mandating bicycle helmets, cycling became less popular. Paradoxically, the roads became more dangerous for cyclists and motorists alike.

The law had the overall effect of damaging the public health, the law’s critics contend. I’m a baby boomer who grew up in the suburbs riding a bike.

In a new working paper called “The Intended and Unintended Effects of Youth Bicycle Helmet Laws” (abstract here; pdf here), Christopher S. Carpenterand Mark Stehroffer a surprising conclusion: while mandatory helmet laws have led to increased helmet use, and while helmet use has been shown to reduce bicycle fatalities, such laws also seem to lead to a decrease in actual bike riding.

For an example of the conflicting science, see INTENDED AND UNINTENDED EFFECTS OF YOUTH BICYCLE HELMET LAWS Christopher S. Carpenter & Mark F. Stehr NBER Working Paper Jan Google cyclehelmets org for more. One cross-sectional study of three provinces in Canada showed that self-reported helmet use was lowest in the province without a helmet regulation ( percent) and lower among youth in Ontario, where a helmet law for minors was in effect, than in Nova Scotia, where a universal helmet law had been in effect for approximately the same amount of.

C.S. Carpenter, M. StehrIntended and unintended consequences of youth bicycle helmet laws J. Law Econ., 54 (2) (), pp./ Google Scholar.Title(s): Intended and unintended effects of youth bicycle helmet laws/ Christopher S.

Carpenter, Mark F. Stehr. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research, c