Child Mortality & Health Expenditure: A Cross-Country Analysis
MetadataShow full item record
This paper attempts to analyze the effect healthcare expenditure has on child mortality rates. Despite research already being done in this field, child mortality continues to be a problem in the global economy. While the type of relationship between healthcare and child mortality is generally agreed upon in modern economics, the exact change we would expect to see in child mortality from a change in healthcare expenditure is still unknown. Our paper provides further evidence towards what sort of impact we might see by looking at the relationship of these two variables in 105 different countries.