Subject: Armenia, Georgia, migration, mortality, population
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mesheuropmc: health care economics and organizations
This study is a first attempt to produce reliable estimates of mortality in Georgia and Armenia in the 1990s. Official statistics registered a decrease in mortality over the 1990s in spite of local wars, mass flows of refugees, and severe economic hardships faced by pop... View more
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