Inequalities in health in Developing countries: swimming against the tide?
Adam Wagstaff, World Bank. Development Research Group. Public Services, World Bank. Human Development Network. Health, Nutrition, and Population Team
World Bank, Development Research Group, Public Services, and, Human Development Network, Health, Nutrition, and Population Team, 2002 - Health & Fitness - 40 pages
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achievement index anti-inequality policies Bhuiya Bolivia Brazil capita incomes Ceara and Pelotas child mortality child survival CILOWHFA concentration index consumption cross-country demand for health diagonal diarrhoea distribution Doorslaer economic growth elasticity of demand February 2002 February Figure Gini coefficient Health H health inequalities health levels health rises health sector health technology health-income relationship impact income elasticity income groups income inequality income per capita incomes rise increase index for under-five indices inequalities in child inequalities in health inequality in under-five Kazakhstan Latin America level of inequality levels of health Lorenz curve malnutrition MCH program measure mortality rates Naoko Watanabe northeast quadrant Pearson Correlation Pelotas percent poorer PPPs price of medical public share public spending quintiles reduction regression relative inequality rising incomes share of health socioeconomic inequalities spending on health stunting Sub-Saharan Africa Table U5MR under-five mortality inequality Underweight variables Vietnam Wagstaff World Bank World Health Organization