Mortality and Macroeconomic Fluctuations in Contemporary Sweden1

Abstract

Recent research has provided strong evidence that, in the United States in particular and in highor middle-income economies in general, mortality tends to evolve better in recessions than in expansions. It has been suggested that Sweden may be an exception to this pattern. The present investigation shows, however, that in the period 1968–2003 mortality… (More)

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