Inequality aversion, health inequalities, and health achievement / Adam Wagstaff Wagstaff, Adam

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Wagstaff, Adam
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Health status indicators.; Public health.; Social classes - Health aspects.
Summary
This paper shows how value judgments can be explicitly recognized in measuring health inequalities between the poor and the better-off, and how such inequalities can be included in assessments of countries' health indicators.
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http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/154349
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154349

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