Measuring and decomposing inequity in self-reported morbidity and self-assessed health in Thailand
BACKGROUND In recent years, interest in the study of inequalities in health has not stopped at quantifying their magnitude; explaining the sources of inequalities has also become of great importance. This paper measures socioeconomic inequalities in self-reported morbidity and self-assessed health in Thailand, and the contributions of different population subgroups to those inequalities. METHODS The Health and Welfare Survey 2003 conducted by the Thai National Statistical Office with...[Show more]
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|Source:||International Journal for Equity in Health|
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