Anastasia Gunawan's research while affiliated with University of Nevada, Reno and other places

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Background: United States state-level income inequality is positively associated with infant mortality in ecological studies. We exploit spatiotemporal variations in a large dataset containing individual-level data to conduct a cohort study and to investigate whether current income inequality and increases in income inequality are associated with...


... Higher income at state-level correlates closely with better health of infant/child in India. Poor states such as Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Chattisgarh, MP record the highest IMR and NMR.Various other studies have observed that income is an important determinant of child survival; income inequality adversely affects IMR and NMR (Pabayo et al, 2019;O' Hare et al, 2013;Baird et al, 2011;Tacke et al, 2011). ...