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Paradoxes of health transition in Europe's poorest country: Albania 1950-90

Gjonca, Arjan, Wilson, Chris and Falkingham, Jane (1997) Paradoxes of health transition in Europe's poorest country: Albania 1950-90 Population and Development Review, 23, (3), pp. 585-609.

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Abstract

Scholars interested in the ways in which good health, as measured by levels of mortality, can be achieved at low cost have paid considerable attention to countries and regions in Asia and Latin America where this has been accomplished. Until recently the analogous experience of a poor developing country in Europe, Albania, was impossible to study, because of the totalitarian and isolationist policies of the communist regime that ruled the country from 1944 to 1990. The authors chart the main trends in mortality transition in Albania, examine the underlying and proximate causes of the mortality decline, and consider the wider relevance of the results. They conclude with a discussion of postcommunist developments in the country and their influence on mortality change.

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Published date: 1997

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Local EPrints ID: 34191
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/34191
ISSN: 0098-7921
PURE UUID: f325c084-8788-4d85-8494-46c149cf5305

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Date deposited: 19 Dec 2007
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 15:51

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Author: Arjan Gjonca
Author: Chris Wilson
Author: Jane Falkingham

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