Mortality transition in Korea: 1960-1980
Historical mortality declines in developed areas of the world resulted primarily from economic growth leading to improvements in living standards, while the importation of modern medical technologies has been largely responsible for the more recent mortality reductions in the developing countries. Since the Korean mortality transition began around 1900, it was, at first, comparable with the experience in the developing countries, mainly resulting from a limited control of some infectious...[Show more]
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