The analysis of the relationship between the socio-economic indicators and the mortality rates with respect to age

Bilge Acar Bolat, Fatma Lorcu
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Abstract


Health criteria, developed in order to determine the health condition of the societies, and to evaluate the quality of the health services, are classified in many different ways such as disease, mortality and fertility rate, etc.

In this study, the relationship between socio-economic indicators and the mortality rates with respect to age, which are accepted as the main health criteria of countries' population increase, are analysed with canonical correlation analysis for Turkey's provinces. In the analysis, the mortality rates with respect to ages are used as dependent variables, socio-economic indicators are used as independent variables.


Keywords


Mortality rates with respect to ages, canonical correlation analysis, socio-economic indicators.

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