- Title Pages
- Preface & Acknowledgements
- List of Contributors
- 1 Poverty, inequality, and health in international perspective: a divided world?
- 2 The health consequences of the collapse of the Soviet Union
- 3 Industrialization and health in historical perspective
- 4 Common threads: underlying components of inequalities in mortality between and within countries
- 5 Life-course approaches to socio-economic differentials in cause-specific adult mortality
- 6 The impact of health interventions on inequalities: infant and child health in Brazil
- 7 Children’s health in developing countries: issues of coping, child neglect and marginalization
- 8 Accounts of social capital: the mixed health effects of personal communities and voluntary groups
- 9 Do health care systems contribute to inequalities?
- 10 Measuring health inequality: challenges and new directions
- 11 Poverty and inequalities in health within developing countries: filling the information gap
- 12 Poverty, inequality, and mental health in developing countries
- 13 Injuries, inequalities, and health: from policy vacuum to policy action
- 14 Inequalities in health: is research gender blind?
- 15 From science to policy: options for reducing health inequalities
- 16 Do poverty alleviation programmes reduce inequities in health? The Bangladesh experience
- 17 Economic progress and health
- Poverty, Inequality, and Health
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