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Economie et santé : où en est la Russie ?

  • Peaucelle, Irina

Avant la dislocation de l'URSS, la Fédération de Russie était un pays bénéficiant d'un développement humain élevé, selon l'indicateur synthétique de l'ONU qui prend en compte le niveau de revenu, la durée de vie et le niveau d'instruction de la population. Le niveau de l'indicateur pour ce pays a beaucoup baissé dans les années 1990. Cette étude est consacrée au rapport entre santé et économie dans les transformations récentes, qui sont les causes principales de cette évolution. Les disparités entre certaines régions de la partie européenne du pays en termes de mortalité et de morbidité sont expliquées par les situations sanitaires et écologiques de ces régions. Dans l'analyse des inégalités d'accès aux soins sont séparées les raisons économiques, liées à la réforme de l'assurance maladie, et celles liées au retard accumulé dans la compréhension de maladies par la science biomédicale russe.

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Paper provided by CEPREMAP in its series CEPREMAP Working Papers (Couverture Orange) with number 0105.

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Length: 40 pages
Date of creation: 2001
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Handle: RePEc:cpm:cepmap:0105
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