Accounting for the dead in the longitudinal analysis of income-related health inequalities
Dennis Petrie, Paul Allanson, Ulf-G Gerdtham
Journal of Health Economics | ELSEVIER | Published : 2011
Awarded by Chief Scientist Office (CSO)
Awarded by Swedish Council for Working Life and Social Research FAS
Awarded by FAS
Awarded by Chief Scientist Office
The work for this paper was undertaken with financial support from the Chief Scientist Office (CSO) Grant CZG/2/451. The authors bear sole responsibility for the further analysis and interpretation of the British Household Panel Survey data employed in this study. Financial support from the Swedish Council for Working Life and Social Research FAS (dnr 2007-0318) are gratefully acknowledged (Gerdtham). The Health Economics Program (HEP) at Lund University also receives core funding from FAS (dnr. 2006-1660), Government Grant for Clinical Research ("ALF") and Region Skane (Gerdtham). We would like to thank an anonymous referee, Tom Van Ourti, Gustav Kjellsson plus participants at seminars in Stirling, Lancaster, Aberdeen and Lund for their valuable comments. Petrie would also like to acknowledge support from Lund University where some of this work was undertaken.