Volume 30 - Article 68 | Pages 1849–1864

Spatial inequalities in infant survival at an early stage of the longevity revolution: A pan-European view across 5000+ regions and localities in 1910

By Sebastian Kluesener, Isabelle Devos, Peter Ekamper, Ian Gregory, Siegfried Gruber, Jordi Martí-Henneberg, Frans van Poppel, Luís Espinha da Silveira, Arne Solli

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