Thursday, February 10, 2011
Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation
Posted by Liam Delaney
The publications page of this Institute is well-worth checking out every few months as they are producing some very interesting papers and data. Recent work includes a paper examining the contribution of education gains across 175 countries from 1970 to 2009 to improving child mortality. They are also, inter alia, creating a substantial volume of global data-sets on mortality conditions, and conducting work on methodological considerations in measuring and analysing mortality data.