Rural men outlive urban and suburban peers 11 6 96 inequality in mens mortality the ses gradient and geographic context recently presented at the annual meeting of the population association of america in new orleans social inequality in life is manifested in death says hayward the lives of those persons on the top rung of . The effect of inequality on the socioeconomic gradient in infant mortality and both all cause mortality rates among people of working age and the elderly may be regarded as summarizing the effects of all their component cause specific mortality rates. Nber working paper series mortality inequality the good news from a county level approach janet currie the views of the national bureau of economic research especially for black men the fact that inequality in mortality has been moving in opposite directions for the young and the old as well as for some . Nber working paper no 23514 june 2017 revised november 2018 jel no i14 abstract mortality is a crucial indicator of wellbeing and recent mortality trends have been a subject of public debate in many western countries this paper compares mortality inequality in canada and the us over the period 1990 91 through 2010 11. Socioeconomic inequality of access to healthcare does patients choice explain the gradient 3 carlsen 2014 find evidence of inequalities when waiting times are pooled across all surgical procedures sharma et al 2013 find that patients living in areas with high ses wait on average 13
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