We use data from the first wave of the new Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing (TILDA) which is a nationally-representative survey of people aged 50 and over. We find that male victims of CSA [childhood sexual abuse] are almost four times more likely to be out of the labour force due to sickness and disability.That is from the abstract of the paper "Childhood Sexual Abuse and Later-Life Economic Consequences" by Barrett and Kamiya.
The common sexual abuses in Haiti come to mind. One concern I have is that causality can run in both directions. Poverty can lead to CSA, and CSA can lead to poverty. The theme of the paper is innovative, however.