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Nicińska Anna (University of Warsaw, Poland), Kalbarczyk-Stęclik Małgorzata (University of Warsaw, Poland)
Tytuł
End of Life in Europe: an Empirical Analysis
Koniec życia w Europie: analiza empiryczna
Źródło
Ekonometria / Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny we Wrocławiu, 2013, nr 1 (39), s. 184-197, tab., bibliogr. 41 poz.
Econometrics / Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny we Wrocławiu
Słowa kluczowe
Umieralność, Analiza empiryczna, Przyczyny umieralności
Mortality, Empirical analysis, Causes of mortality
Uwagi
streszcz., summ.
Abstrakt
Celem niniejszego badania jest znalezienie czynników wpływających na ryzyko zgonu najsilniej. Zbadano osoby w wieku co najmniej 50 lat obserwowane w próbie Survey on Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe. Wykorzystane dane obejmują 1692 zgony badanych, którzy wzięli udział w co najmniej jednej z 3 rund badania. Wyniki uzyskane w oparciu o model proporcjonalnego hazardu wskazują na czynniki zdrowotne i demograficzne jako istotniejsze od czynników społecznych determinanty ryzyka zgonu. Nie zaobserwowano statystycznie istotnego wpływu czynników ekonomicznych na ryzyko zgonu przy uwzględnieniu innych istotnych zmiennych w modelu.(abstrakt oryginalny)

The goal of this study is to find covariates impacting most profoundly on the risk of death. Individuals aged 50 and more, observed in the Survey on Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe, are examined. The data include 1,692 deceased individuals who took part in up to 3 waves of data collection. Our results, relying on the proportional hazard model, show that the impact of health and demographic factors on the risk of death is more pronounced than that of social factors. It is found that economic factors are statistically insignificant for the risk of death, checking other factors in the model.(original abstract)
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1507-3866
Język
eng
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