CitationSudharsanan, Nikkil; Zhang, Yuan; Payne, Collin; Dow, William; & Crimmins, Eileen (2020). Schooling and Adult Mortality in Middle-Income Countries: Surprising Gradients in Six Nationally-Representative Longitudinal Surveys. SSM - Population Health, 12, 100649.
AbstractBackground: There are large differences in adult mortality across schooling groups in many high-income countries (HICs). An important open question is whether there are similar gradients in adult mortality in middle-income countries (MICs), where schooling and healthcare quality tends to be lower and health-related behaviors are often not strongly patterned by schooling.
Reference TypeJournal Article
Journal TitleSSM - Population Health