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The relative contribution of income inequality and imprisonment to the variation in homicide rates among Developed (OECD), South and Central American countries.

Nadanovsky P, Cunha-Cruz J.

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Homicide and impunity: an ecological analysis at state level in Brazil.

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[Social inequality and homicide rates in Sao Paulo City, Brazil].

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Income inequality and population health: correlation and causality.

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Is wealthier always healthier? The impact of national income level, inequality, and poverty on public health in Latin America.

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[Correlation between homicide rates and economic indicators in São Paulo, Brazil, 1996].

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"Social capital," GNP per capita, relative income, and health: an ecological study of 23 countries.

Lindström C, Lindström M.

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Has the relation between income inequality and life expectancy disappeared? Evidence from Italy and top industrialised countries.

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[Spatial analysis of socioeconomic determinants of homicide in Brazil].

de Lima ML, Ximenes RA, de Souza ER, Luna CF, de Albuquerque Mde F.

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Inequality, poverty and development.

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Firearm-related deaths in the United States and 35 other high- and upper-middle-income countries.

Krug EG, Powell KE, Dahlberg LL.

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Is inequality at the heart of it? Cross-country associations of income inequality with cardiovascular diseases and risk factors.

Kim D, Kawachi I, Hoorn SV, Ezzati M.

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Socioeconomic determinants of infant mortality: a worldwide study of 152 low-, middle-, and high-income countries.

Schell CO, Reilly M, Rosling H, Peterson S, Ekström AM.

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Inequality, poverty, and material deprivation in new and old members of the European Union.

Matković T, Sucur Z, Zrinscak S.

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Inequality in income and mortality in the United States: analysis of mortality and potential pathways.

Kaplan GA, Pamuk ER, Lynch JW, Cohen RD, Balfour JL.

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Firearm availability and female homicide victimization rates among 25 populous high-income countries.

Hemenway D, Shinoda-Tagawa T, Miller M.

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Wage inequality, the health system, and infant mortality in wealthy industrialized countries, 1970-1996.

Macinko JA, Shi L, Starfield B.

Soc Sci Med. 2004 Jan;58(2):279-92.

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