Maria Luisa Rodero-Cosano

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Studies show that the association between socio-economic status (SES) and self-rated health (SRH) varies in different countries, however there are not many country-comparisons that examine this relationship over time. The objective of the present study is to determine the effect of three SES measures on SRH in 29 countries according to findings in(More)
This study is aimed at comparing the effect of different measures of socioeconomic status on self-rated health throughout European welfare state regimes during the period 2002–2008, in order to study how diverse socioeconomic inequalities can vary our health over time. This study uses the European Social Survey to compare the impact of three specific(More)
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to propose an analytical model that shows causal relationships between the amount and nature of information on strategies and the governance of city councils, as well as the contents of different dimensions of sustainability that are disclosed on the websites of local governments in big European cities. This model(More)
BACKGROUND Previous research identified high/low clusters of prevalence of outpatient-treated depression at municipal level in Catalonia (Spain). This study aims to analyse potential risk factors, both socioeconomic and related to the mental health service planning, which could influence the occurrence of hot/cold spots of depressed outpatients at two(More)
BACKGROUND The hypothetical relationship between economic recession and the increase in suicides in Spain is subject to various arguments. In addition to the inherent complexity of capturing and explaining the underlining mechanisms that could describe this causal link, different points of contention have been be identified. The period of this association(More)
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