Long-Term Association of Economic Inequality and Mortality in Adult Costa Ricans

Publication year: 2011 Source: Social Science & Medicine, Available online 6 December 2011 Sepideh Modrek, William H. Dow, Luis Rosero-Bixby Despite the large number of studies, mostly in developed economies, there is limited consensus on the health effects of inequality. Recently a related literature has examined the relationship between relative deprivation and health as a mechanism to explain the economic inequality and health relationship

Publication year: 2011 Source: Social Science & Medicine, Available online 6 December 2011 Sepideh Modrek, William H. Dow, Luis Rosero-Bixby Despite the large number of studies, mostly in developed economies, there is limited consensus on the health effects of inequality. Recently a related literature has examined the relationship between relative deprivation and health as a mechanism to explain the economic inequality and health relationship

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Long-Term Association of Economic Inequality and Mortality in Adult Costa Ricans