The originality of this study lies in its use of individual microlevel data in reference to a medium-size urban community, the Sardinian municipality of Alghero. For the first time in the urban Italian context we are able to analyse the role of socio-economic determinants and environmental conditions affecting infant and mortality for the cohorts born between 1866 and 1930.

A Slow Transition. Infant and Child Mortality Decline in a Sardinian Community: Alghero (1866–1935) / Breschi, Marco; Esposito, Massimo; Mazzoni, Stanislao; Pozzi, Lucia. - (2016), pp. 115-136.

A Slow Transition. Infant and Child Mortality Decline in a Sardinian Community: Alghero (1866–1935)

BRESCHI, Marco;ESPOSITO, Massimo;MAZZONI, Stanislao;POZZI, Lucia
2016

Abstract

The originality of this study lies in its use of individual microlevel data in reference to a medium-size urban community, the Sardinian municipality of Alghero. For the first time in the urban Italian context we are able to analyse the role of socio-economic determinants and environmental conditions affecting infant and mortality for the cohorts born between 1866 and 1930.
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A Slow Transition. Infant and Child Mortality Decline in a Sardinian Community: Alghero (1866–1935) / Breschi, Marco; Esposito, Massimo; Mazzoni, Stanislao; Pozzi, Lucia. - (2016), pp. 115-136.
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