Health, Wealth, Fertility, Education, and Inequality
AbstractThe authors use a new cross-country dataset to estimate the strength of the links between different dimensions of social and economic development, including indicators of health, fertility, and education, as well as material wellbeing. This differs from previous studies in employing data for different income groups in each country in order to provide direct evidence on factors driving inequality, and in using a unique measure of material wellbeing that does not rely on PPP comparisons. Copyright � 2008 The Authors. Journal compilation � 2008 Blackwell Publishing Ltd.
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