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Journal Article
Mortality Reductions: Fast for Poorer Nations, Slow for Richer Nations

The same increase in life expectancy took longer for a sample of today’s richer countries than it did for some of today’s poorer countries, but it also occurred earlier.
The Regional Economist

Journal Article
The Association Between Poverty and Mortality

The world’s population is increasing mostly in poor countries as a result of both reduced mortality and relatively high fertility.
Economic Synopses , Issue 26 , Pages 1-2

Working Paper
Killer Debt: The Impact of Debt on Mortality

This study analyzes the effect of individual finances (specifically creditworthiness and severely delinquent debt) on mortality risk. A large (approximately 170,000 individuals) subsample of a quarterly panel data set of individual credit reports is utilized in an instrumental variables design. The possibility of the reverse causality of bad health causing debt and death is removed by instrumenting for individual finances post 2011 using the exposure to the housing crisis based on their 2005 residence. Worsening creditworthiness and increases in severely delinquent debt are found to lead to ...
FRB Atlanta Working Paper , Paper 2016-14

Working Paper
Rising Geographic Disparities in US Mortality

The 21st century has been a period of rising inequality in both income and health. In this study, we find that geographic inequality in mortality for midlife Americans increased by about 70 percent from 1992 to 2016. This was not simply because states such as New York or California benefited from having a high fraction of college-educated residents who enjoyed the largest health gains during the last several decades. Nor was higher dispersion in mortality caused entirely by the increasing importance of “deaths of despair,” or by rising spatial income inequality during the same period. ...
Working Papers , Paper 21-9


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