Macroeconomics and Health
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This chapter discusses the relationship between macroeconomic and health in the context of population ageing as well as the socio-economic determinants of health.
KeywordsHealth Inequities Best-performing Group Years Of Life Lost (YLLs) Relative Concentration Index Critical Period Model
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