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Mortality Inequality in the Czech Republic

Paola Bertoli and Veronica Grembi

Fiscal Studies, 2021, vol. 42, issue 1, 171-191

Abstract: We examine the evolution of mortality and mortality inequality among the 77 districts of the Czech Republic ranked by a new poverty index, from 1994 to 2016. The country experienced dramatic improvements in mortality for all age categories and both genders, but with very little variation in inequality. Inequality in mortality has remained substantially stable, increasing only for females aged 20–64.

Date: 2021
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