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Convergences and divergences in mortality. A new approach to health transition George Myers Memorial Lecture by Jacques Vallin INED, Paris
First stage : Omran’s epidemiologic transition
Long-term trends in female life expectancy for selected industrialized countries until the mid-60s
Long-term trends in female life expectancy for developing countries except Sub-Saharan Africa and countries affected by war
Long-term trends in female life expectancy for Sub-Saharan Africa
Second stage: the cardiovascular revolution
Trends in life expectancy (both sexes) since 1965 in industrialized countries Japan Russia England/Wales Czech Republic
Trends in life expectancy (both sexes) since 1965 in industrialized countries
Contribution of trends in age- specific mortality for seven main groupes of causes to changes in male life expectancy since 1965
Trends in male standardized mortality rate from cardiovascular diseases since 1965 in 6 industrialized countries
Third stage: the fight against ageing
Trends in life expectancy since 1980 in some Western industrialized countries
Contribution of trends in age-specific mortality by groups of causes in changes in female life expectancy from 1980 to 1999
What about sub-national differences ?
Trends in female life expectancy by French Départements as compared to the upper and lower limits of national trends in industrialized countries
Historical trends in maximum, minimum, mean and standard déviation of female life expectancy by French Départements
Geographical variations in life expectancy in France and Japan since le 1920s
Trends in sex differences in life expectancy
Trends in life expectancy at birth in England and Wales by social classes
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