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European Studies of Population
The present paper seeks to understand the transformation of mortality patterns in Hungary, by which mortality inequalities by education began to appear in the early 1980s, continued to grow in the following 25 years, and now seem to be stabilising. The first part of this paper overviews the theoretical innovations of the last decades regarding the interpretation of cause-specific mortality dynamics, often referred to as epidemiological transitions theories, and their relevance for the analysisdoi:10.1007/978-3-319-03029-6_4 fatcat:hel6fns4pvhkbp57uzuwsl3lbm