Rethinking deindustrialization and health across time and space

@inproceedings{Kampanellou2014RethinkingDA,
  title={Rethinking deindustrialization and health across time and space},
  author={Eleni Kampanellou},
  year={2014}
}
The transition towards a service-based society, defined as deindustrialization, has led to an extensive body of research exploring the socio-economic and health impacts of industrial decline. The literature has been mainly confined to the regional effects of unemployment and inactivity. However, considering the morbidity and mortality outcomes of this event, most studies have focused on single cases such as regions and specific industrial occupational groups. Within this context, this thesis… CONTINUE READING

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