Income-related health inequalities among the migrant and native-born populations in Greece during the economic crisis: a decomposition analysis.

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Summary of "Income-related health inequalities among the migrant and native-born populations in Greece during the economic crisis: a decomposition analysis."

The economic crisis has induced detrimental socio-economic and health effects in Greece. This study aims to measure overall income-related health inequalities and examine their determinants, and to compare the respective within estimates for major subpopulations defined by citizenship (Greece, Albania, other countries) in Greece.


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Name: European journal of public health
ISSN: 1464-360X
Pages: 24-31


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