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Spijker and Gumà confirm that during the economic crisis there was an improvement in health indicators in Spain

José A. Tapia Granados;
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  • Published: 01 Dec 2018 Journal: Salud Colectiva, volume 14, page 685 (issn: 1669-2381, eissn: 1851-8265, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Universidad Nacional de Lanus
Abstract
Jeroen Spijker y Jordi Gumà (1) analizan los cambios de un indicador subjetivo de salud en tres encuestas que se hicieron en 2006, 2010 y 2014 en España; según Eurostat, la tasa de desempleo alcanzó un mínimo de 6,1% en marzo de 2007 y durante la crisis subió hasta alcanzar un máximo de 26,3% en julio de 2013. Spiker y Gumà comparan tres situaciones: 2006, cuando la expansión económica, en gran parte debida al sector de la construcción (“el ladrillazo”), se acercaba a su final; 2010, cuando la recesión estaba en pleno desarrollo y el desempleo llegaba al 20%; y 2014, cuando la crisis comenzaba a remitir. Los resultados de Spijker y Gumà son, a mi juicio, uno más...
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free text keywords: Ciencias de la Salud, HUBO, Political science, Humanities
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