Modelling the links between socioeconomic status and health in Australia: a dynamic microsimulation approach
This thesis concerns the modelling of individuals’ health over the life course, within the framework set by the now substantial international literature on the relationship between socioeconomic status and health. The focus is on people with long term illnesses and related disabilities, on inequalities in health by socioeconomic status (SES) and on the impact of health on employment. ¶ The main tool of analysis is a dynamic microsimulation model of the Australian population which tracks the...[Show more]
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