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Table 3 Results of the estimation of the models (random-effects) a

From: Economic crisis and health inequalities: evidence from the European Union

Variables Life expectancy Total mortality Ischemic heart mortality Cancer mortality Lung cancer
α j Estonia −0.066 (0.025) b Ireland −0.454 (0.102) Czech Republic 0.3096 (0.087) Bulgaria 0.1765 (0.0816) Czech Republic 0.2767 (0.0812)
Greece 0.045 (0.014) Poland 1.213 (0.089) France −0.1286 (0.0493) Czech Republic 0.5614 (0.0909) Germany −0.1319 (0.053)
Hungary −0.031 (0.015)   Netherlands −0.1132 (0.0479) Hungary 0.261 (0.1011) Hungary 0.1596 (0.082)
Italy 0.027 (0.012)     
Poland −0.026 (0.011)     
Portugal −0.045 (0.015)     
Spain 0.032 (0.012)     
Sweden 0.038 (0.017)     
β t 1996 −0.007 (0.002) 2000 −0.029 (0.013) 2010 0.4154 (0.1870) 2010 0.3011 (0.1392) 2010 0.1778 (0.0827)
1997 −0.006 (0.002) 2005 0.037 (0.014)    
1998 −0.005 (0.002)     
2011 −0.009 (0.004)     
  1. aOnly those coefficients where the 95 % credible interval did not contain the zero (statistically significant); bmean (standard deviation)
  2. Most of the random-effects associated to the lagged dependent variable on the region level were statistically significant. Results can be obtained from authors on request
  3. Source: own construction