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Studies on Russian Economic Development

, Volume 17, Issue 5, pp 554–562 | Cite as

Circulatory disease supermortality in the Russian federation in comparison with advanced countries

  • V. I. Kharchenko
  • E. P. Kakorina
  • M. B. Koryakin
  • M. M. Virin
  • G. A. Sharapova
Demography
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Abstract

The dynamics of mortality in Russia between 1990 and 2002 is analyzed in comparison with developed countries. The notion of supermortality is introduced, and its main component is identified—circulatory diseases, which reduce 1 longevity, increase death rate and decrease the average death age in Russia.

Keywords

RUSSIAN Economic Development Federal District Circulatory Disease Female Mortality Mortality Index 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • V. I. Kharchenko
  • E. P. Kakorina
  • M. B. Koryakin
  • M. M. Virin
  • G. A. Sharapova

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