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Development of a richer measure of health outcomes incorporating the impacts of income inequality, ethnic diversity, and ICT development on health
(BMC (part of Springer Nature), 2018)
Background: In the literature, measuring health outcomes usually entails examining one dependent variable using cross-sectional data. Using a combination of mortality and morbidity variables, this study developed a new, ...
Health expenditure, child and maternal mortality nexus : a comparative global analysis
(BioMed Central, 2018-07)
Background: This paper provides empirical evidence on how the relationship between health expenditure and health outcomes varies across countries at different income levels. Method: Heterogeneity and cross-section ...