Asia Pac J Public Health. Model 2 considers (personal level + public policy). This exceptional progress in reducing mortality has raised life expectancy at birth from 46.4 years to almost 85 years over the last century. The International Journal of Aging & Human Development. Everybody is free to reproduce our articles, for free, provided the original source is cited. Some studies have investigated the effects of income inequality and schooling on life expectancy. Prev Med. ILE from 2010 to 2015, inequality in the distribution of expected length of life based on data from life tables estimated using the Atkinson inequality index, was calculated from the 2010–2015 life tables provided by UNDESA [38, 39]. PubMed  ILE: Inequality in life expectancy, (%), 2010–2015 . We assume that appropriate changes in the country-level ILE will produce changes in the GC as a measure of economic deprivation from a personal perspective, FSE and MSE attainment from a social environment perspective, OPW as a measure of labor productivity, and the number of OPR as a measure of the welfare of the older population from a public policy perspective. Migrant children’s schooling in urban China]Scolarité des enfants migrants en Chine urbaine, Grandmotherhood and retirement in Italy]Devenir grand-mère et prendre sa retraite en Italie. Soc Indic Res. From a socio-ecological perspective, income inequality (GC), education attainment (MSE and FSE), and labor productivity (OPW) and social security (OPR) have significantly improved over time, but have not led to perfect socio-ecological equity. Lifespan inequality has been described as the most fundamental of all inequalities, because every other type of inequality is conditional upon being alive (van Raalte, Sasson, & Martikainen, 2018). Several studies, using various measures of variation in the length of life, have explored aspects of this [ 4 – 10 ]. This study examined the effects on ILE based on social ecology factors. ]Vieillissement de la population : un risque pour la démocratie? The following map provides raw data on educational opportunity and life expectancy to illustrate communities with overlapping education and health advantages and disadvantages. In the above study, smoking provided an explanation across geographic areas for some of the variation in life expectancy across income quartiles.7 Indeed, there is no question that there is an overall link between smoking and mortality. NBER Working Paper, 12688. The data used for this study comes from the United Nations database. The contribution of educational inequalities to lifespan variation. 2007;9(4):711–25. Redistribution of in-come from rich to poor, whether within or between countries, will increase the health of the poor more than it hurts the health of the rich, and thus improve average national or world health. The graph shows the relationship between what a country spends on health per person and life expectancy in that country between 1970 and 2014 for a number of rich countries. The present study examines the possible associations between ILE and socio-ecological inequality using several indicators: (1) national income inequality on the personal level [3, 8, 13, 23, 24]; (2) education of at least a secondary education by males and females, which is an indicator of the social environment [15, 17, 18]; (3) labor productivity [19] (Cervellati and Sunde 2005); and (4) the number of old age pension recipients [21], which indicates public policy. Human aging: usual and successful. A potential weakening or reversal of the negative relationship between lifespan inequality and life expectancy means that, while people live longer on average, individuals also face greater uncertainty about when they will die. BMC Public Health Privacy Decreases in GC and increases in MSE, FSE, OPW, and OPR lead to decreases in ILE, suggesting that improving these factors can improve ILE. The reasons for this are complex and money is just one part of the picture – the index of multiple deprivation also includes other determinants of our health such as housing, employment and education. Three models were developed from the socio-ecological perspective. Population Division Database. These variables reflect the components of the socio-ecological indicators [3, 24]. FSE ranged from 0.9% in Burkina Faso to 100% in Canada, Austria, Finland, and Estonia, with a mean of 58.46% and a spread of 99.1%. Finally, the predictors of ILE were used to build a model in which higher ILE was predicted by higher values of GC and lower MSE, FSE, OPW, and OPR (R2 = 0.648, p < 0.001). In 1920, 13.3% of females born in Italy died before their first birthday and less than 10% of them were expected to reach the age of 82. Due to high levels of income inequality, many individuals, especially those who are from a lower-class background, have developed severe health outcomes-obesity, lower life expectancy, depression, just to name a few-unreasonably because of the decrease in social cohesion, increase of social comparison and insecurity, and financial constraints opposed. Mais différentes, In Australia fertility is falling only for low educated women, En Australie, la fécondité baisse uniquement chez les femmes peu scolarisées, Demography and development in the maze of Indian districts, Démographie et développement des districts indiens. Journal of Data Science. A $10,000 increase in annual income does more to lift the life expectancy of someone who lives on … 2016b;83(4):402–17. Maturitas. Donkin A, Goldblatt P, Lynch K. Inequalities in life expectancy by social class, 1972–1999. Atkinson AB. ... (state, CZ, and county) at The Health Inequality Project website. For example, in 1920’s Italy, the biggest gains in life expectancy were achieved if progress was concentrated in infancy. Lancet. The national income inequality index, secondary education attainment, labor productivity, and social security are controlled measures that are crucial determinants of ILE. Messias E. Income inequality, illiteracy rate, and life expectancy in Brazil. La relation (changeante) entre espérance de vie et inégalités de longévité, The rise of divorce, separation, and cohabitation in the Philippines, La montée des divorces, séparations et cohabitations aux Philippines. Lancet. These were higher overall national income inequality level, lower female and male secondary education attainment, lower labor productivity, and fewer old age pension recipients. J Community Health. lifespan inequality has decreased (Figure 2). Lifespan inequality is reduced significantly if lives are saved at infancy but increases if lives are saved at older ages (Figure 3). Cervellati M, Sunde U. In addition, higher levels of income inequality and relative poverty occur in more developed countries [23, 24, 27, 49]. Better health increases the labor supply and productivity. On the measurement of inequality. BMC Public Health 18, 243 (2018). Rasella D, Aquino R, Barreto ML. The determinants of health inequalities are well known. Kim JI, Kim G. Country-level socioeconomic indicators associated with survival probability of becoming a centenarian among older European adults: gender inequality, male labor force participation, and proportions of women in parliaments. Life expectancy is closely related to people’s socio-economic circumstances. J Appl Stat. Therefore, policies that improve these country-level socio-ecological factors are expected to have latent effects on ILE. Source: PHE, Health Inequalities Dashboard Part of It was believed that a fully comprehensive welfare state where people had their needs taken care of from the cradle to the grave would bridge the gap between the haves and the have nots. Whiteford P, Pension WE. Policies that address ILE should consider targeted socio-ecological factors, such as the Gini coefficient of income inequality, that give a personal perspective of economic deprivation, attainment of at least a secondary education by both females and males that gives a social environment perspective, output per worker that indicates labor productivity, and the number of old age pension recipients that indicates social security from a public policy perspective. UNDESA (United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs). Impact of income inequality on life expectancy in a highly unequal developing country: the case of Brazil. The practical implications of current trends, the risks and potentialities of emerging situations, the pros and cons of specific laws are discussed in rigorous but plain language. 2008;33(6):395–406. Given the importance of these transfers for the recipients’ socio-economic conditions, higher lifespan inequality may strengthen the transmission of disadvantage across generations, reducing intergenerational social mobility. Indeed, among countries with Gini indices in the 30s, 40s, and 50s, similar variation exists. Based on the collective findings, it is reasonable to think that country-level ILE and socio-ecological indicators may differ between countries (see Figure 1). Socio-ecological factors have an important effect on ILE. The mean ILE was 14.82%, with a spread of 48.4%. The aforementioned socio-ecological status components have not been studied in relation to ILE. CAS  The case for monitoring life-span inequality. These strategies should include addressing country-level socio-ecological indicators. García, J., & Aburto, J. M. (2019). To investigate the direct relationships between ILE and the socio-ecological indicators, multiple regression analysis was conducted. Health Educ Behav. 1992;304(6820):165–8. Khan HR, Asaduzzaman M. Literate life expectancy in Bangladesh: a new approach of social indicator. We are interested in identifying country-level socio-ecological factors that affect inequality in life expectancy (ILE) among countries. Swiss Med Wkly. Science, 362(6418), 1002-1004. PubMed  This study examined the effects on ILE from a social ecology perspective. During the study period, as income inequality determined by the Gini coefficient decreased and education level (at least secondary education) increased, ILE decreased as well. Population Europe (English) In the proposed models, it is evident that if countries improve values of GC, MSE, FSE, OPW, and OPR, they can obtain lower ILE. Khan HR, Islam AA, Ababneh F. Substantial gender gap reduction in Bangladesh explained by the proximity measure of literacy and life expectancy. The gap between most and least deprived is over 9 years for males and over 7 years for females. The relationships between a number of socio-ecological indicators (GC, MSE, FSE, OPW, and OPR) and ILE were examined (Figure 1). GC, MSE, FSE, OPW, and OPR contribute to ILE [3, 8, 9, 11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18, 24, 27, 45,46,47]. Kontis V, Bennett JE, Mathers CD, Li G, Foreman K, Ezzati M. Future life expectancy in 35 industrialised countries: projections with a Bayesian model ensemble. J Aging Phys Act. J Am Med Dir Assoc. An influential policy idea states that reducing inequality is beneficial for improving health in the low and middle income countries (LMICs). more information Accept. General framework for analyzing sustainability of social-ecological systems. By contrast, in today’s Italy, reducing infant death rates by 5% leads to the same gain in life expectancy as reducing mortality at age 79 by 5%. UNDESA (United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs). Because it is an average, life expectancy does not show differences in length of life among individuals; these differences can be substantial, however. In certain countries, lifespan inequality has been shown to stall or even increase during specific periods despite improvements in life expectancy, or vice versa. BMC International Health and Human Rights. Raising the age at which senior citizens qualify for public pension benefits is a detriment to the health of low income seniors [50]. Areas that have been less studied include the relationship of ILE with income inequality, education, labor productivity [19, 20], and the number of old age pension recipients [21, 22]. From the scatters would be able to ascertain whether correlation coefficients are the correct tool to summarise the relationships [42]. In contrast, Germany has a GDP per capita of 34,401, a life expectancy at birth of 79.80, and a combined enrollment ratio of 88. Bloom, D. E., Canning, D., Moore, M., & Song, Y. In addition, the figure with pairwise scatter plots of all 6 variables have with the correlation coefficients in the above diagonal boxes (Figure 2). Socioeconomic differences in life satisfaction and longevity in Spain ]Différences socioéconomiques de longévité et de satisfaction dans la vie en Espagne, Prevalence of chronic diseases associated with increased risk of severe COVID-19 in the Philippines ]Prévalence de maladies chroniques associées à un risque accru d’atteinte sévère de COVID-19 aux Philippines. Therefore, one is a conceptual model of ILE and the other is a framework comprising socio-ecological indicators that relate to ILE (see Figure 1). Wilkinson RG. http://hdr.undp.org/sites/default/files/hdr_2015_statistical_annex.pdf Accessed 16 August 2016a. JIK and GK contributed to writing the manuscript and critically revised the manuscript. 2016a. http://hdr.undp.org/sites/default/files/2015_human_development_report_1.pdf Accessed 16 August 2016c. An important message of recent research is that policies and interventions can affect this relationship by reducing mortality at ages that matter the most (Aburto et al., 2020). These findings … 2007;5:131–42. 2011;23(4):458–69. Trend in inequalities in life expectancy, females, England, 2001-03 to 2015-17. Springer Nature. Better health can increase incomes because healthier individuals tend to be more productive than sick ones; on average they work harder, longer and are more capable of focusing efficiently on production tasks. This study would not be able to the selection of education variables that other education like primary, higher and literacy status. Bloom DE, Canning D, Sevilla J. Inequality in life expectancy (ILE) is defined as inequality in the distribution of expected span of life-based on data from survival tables estimated using the Atkinson inequality index. The associations between ILE and indicators of socio-ecological perspective in these models are assessed using Pearson correlation coefficients and multiple regression models [3, 24, 28, 33] and assessed the influence in the magnitude of covariates on the ILE. Our study provides an empirical test of this idea: we utilized data collected by the Demographic and Health Surveys between 2000 and 2011 in as much as 52 LMICs, and we examined the relationship between household wealth inequality and two health … You are invited to contribute to this new publication: please check our guidelines and submit your 1000 word contribution to contact@niussp.org. This study identified five country-level socio-ecological indicators as important contributors to inequality in life expectancy. New York: Population Division, United Nations; 2013. J Epidemiol Community Health. Ann N Y Acad Sci. 1987;237(4811):143–9. A variant of the ecological fallacy? CAS  ILE had a consistent influence, independent of income inequality and secondary education attainment from a socio-ecological perspective. Editing – graphics – web design In addition, a lesson from the experiences of the 108 countries studied is that governments should attempt to reduce income inequality and increase access to education in secondary education, labor productivity, and access to old age pensions. Social factors associated with centenarian rate (CR) in 32 OECD countries. 1970;2(3):244–63. Article  To fully understand mortality at the population level, life expectancy can be complemented by lifespan inequality, which measures variation in ages at death, capturing differences in lifespans. Candore G, Balistreri CR, Listì F, et al. For instance, faced with greater uncertainty about their own lifespan, individuals from disadvantaged socio-economic backgrounds risk making unfavorable financial decisions that might further reduce their financial resources later in life. OPR: Old age pension recipients, (% of statutory pension age population), 2004–2012. A., Sasson, I., & Martikainen, P. (2018). Data from an analysis of the socio-ecological indicators for the 108 countries are presented in Tables 2, 3, and 4. Hsu HC. International journal of epidemiology. Int J Aging Hum Dev. Manage cookies/Do not sell my data we use in the preference centre. The inequality-adjusted human development index in the UN database [40] captures inequality using the index of human development. This variation bodes well for our analysis of the relationship between income inequality and health. statement and FSE from 2005 to 2014 as a percentage of those 25 years of age or older, a percentage of the population aged 25 years or older who have reached a secondary level of education [2]. By using this website, you agree to our World Dev. Cite this article. Lifespan inequality is important because people making major life decisions are influenced by the mortality experience of those around them. Detailed Indicators. ILE ranged from 2.8% in Iceland to 51.2% in Sierra Leone. Its level and evolution can tell us much about how equitably health improvements are allocated in a society. Kim JI, Kim G. Labor force participation and secondary education of gender inequality index (GII) associated with healthy life expectancy (HLE) at birth. BMJ: British Medical Journal. 2006;22(1):78–94. 2003;56(5):961–71. Such structural inequities give rise to large and preventable differences in health metrics such as life expectancy, with research indicating that one’s zip code is more important to health than one’s genetic code (RWJF, 2009). The quality of these estimates relies on the quality of the data in the life Table (UN 2016b). Elgar FJ, Pförtner TK, Moor I, De Clercq B, Stevens GW, Currie C. Socioeconomic inequalities in adolescent health 2002–2010: a time-series analysis of 34 countries participating in the health behaviour in school-aged children study. Bull World Health Organ. Economists and health experts have known for years that people who live in poorer societies live shorter lives. Robinson T. Applying the socio-ecological model to improving fruit and vegetable intake among low-income African Americans. Popul Health Metrics. Springer Nature remains neutral with regard to jurisdictional claims in published maps and institutional affiliations. 2004;32(1):1–13. Thus, ILE is a useful indicator that can help develop ways to reduce health inequalities [3]. 2012;10:3. (7-9) Understanding which causes of death are contributing to the growth of these inequalities is important for public health initiatives aiming to equitably improve mortality rates. However, as José Manuel Aburto, Ginevra Floridi and Ella Fegitz argue, another complementary dimension of great relevance in health research and policy intervention is inequality in the length of life or lifespan inequality. KJI prepared the initial draft of the manuscript. United Nations (UN). Results indicate that the negative relationship between life expectancy and PM2.5 concentration is larger in nations with higher levels of income inequality, and the reductions in predicted life expectancy are substantial when both PM2.5 concentration and income inequality are high. 2013;74(2):137–47. Predictors of ILE—GC, MSE, FSE, OPW, and OPR—were used to create a model combining the three models. The sixth factor is OPR from 2004 to 2012, people above the statutory pensionable age receiving an old age pension (contributory, non-contributory or both), expressed as a percentage of the eligible population [43]. ILE is defined by inequality in the distribution of expected span of life based on data from life tables estimated using the Atkinson inequality index [1, 2]. 2015;385(9982):2088–95. Emery JH, Fleisch VC, McIntyre L. Legislated changes to federal pension income in Canada will adversely affect low income seniors' health. In multivariate regression, the ILE predictors were higher GC and lower levels of FSE, MSE, OPW, and OPR (R2 = 0.648, p < 0.001). PubMed Central  Countries with particularly In the 108 countries examined, MSE, FSE, OPW, and OPR values were the lowest in less developed regions and higher in more developed regions. Perspective of older age life expectancy: income, gender inequality, and financial crisis in Europe. Division of Social Welfare and Health Administration, Wonkwang University, Iksan, Republic of Korea, Institute for Longevity Sciences, Wonkwang University, Iksan, Republic of Korea, Global Management of Natural Resources, University College London (UCL), London, UK, You can also search for this author in PubMed Google Scholar. 2015;16(12):1020–6. Immunogenetics, gender, and longevity. This analysis is based on ILE data from 108 countries obtained from the United Nations Development Programme. Baker J, Meisner BA, Logan AJ, Kungl AM, Weir P. Physical activity and successful aging in Canadian older adults. Avoidable versus unavoidable deaths 2001;38(2):227–51. Web developer – database project, Editore – Neodemos, via A. Baldesi 18-20, 50131 Firenze, By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. Meeting these goals could decrease the risk factors for ILE and increase the standard of living. Med J Aust. Demos (Dutch) there would be a negative relationship across countries between income inequality and life expectancy. Thus, the outputs are averaged across the populations and then compared using standard statistical methods (Kim and Kim 2016a, 2017). Shortcomings in socio-ecological perspective are a primary source of inequality. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-018-5134-1, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-018-5134-1. Life expectancy can be predicted by country-level socio-ecological factors including income inequality and education [9, 11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18, 28], labor productivity, and the population of old age pension recipients [19,20,21,22]. Thus, the findings of this study must be used to implement strategies related to ILE. Filippo Bonechi & Francesco Cipriani Several studies that estimated ILE for various countries between 2001 and 2012 [4, 6, 7, 10] showed the relationship between black and white populations, social class, indigenous and non-indigenous people, and women and men in terms of ILE. BMC Geriatr. If this uncertainty is concentrated among lower socio-economic groups, poorer individuals may not only receive smaller transfers from their parents and grandparents than the rich; they may also be less able to anticipate the timing of those transfers. The associations between socio-ecological indicators and ILE were assessed using correlation coefficients and multiple regression models. PubMed  Some studies have addressed the association between ILE and black and white populations, indigenous and non-indigenous people, and women and men [4, 6, 7, 10]. Am J Public Health. Lifespan inequality is also likely to create uncertainty about the timing of inheritances and financial bequests among family members. JIK and GK declare that they have no competing interests. 2005;95(5):1653–72. OPW: Output per worker, (2011 PPP $), 2005–2012. Increasing the average age at death alone is not enough to guarantee a more equitable distribution of the length of life. Smits, J., & Monden, C. (2009). Dynamics of life expectancy and life span equality. Conceptual framework of country-level socio-ecological indicators for ILE. Spoerri A, Zwahlen M, Egger M, Gutzwiller F, Minder C, Bopp M. Educational inequalities in life expectancy in German speaking part of Switzerland 1990-1997: Swiss National Cohort. MSE: Male population with at least some secondary education, (% ages 25 and older), 2005–2014. Ile and corresponding country-level socio-ecological indicators are likely major contributing factors to ILE ranges. 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