Köllő János tudományos tanácsadó és szerzőtársai cikke a Lancet Global Health folyóiratban:
Scheiring, Gábor – Dénes, Stefler – Irdam, Darja – Fazekas, Mihály – Azarova, Aytalina – Kolesnikova, Irina – Köllő János – Popov, Vladimir – Szelényi, Iván – Marmot, Michael – Murphy, Michael – McKee, Martin – Bobak, Martin – King, Lawrence: The gendered effects of foreign investment and prolonged state ownership on mortality in Hungary: an indirect demographic, retrospective cohort study. Lancet Global Health Vol. 6. No. 1. 2018. p. 95-102.
Background Research on the health outcomes of globalisation and economic transition has yielded conflicting results, partly due to methodological and data limitations. Specifically, the outcomes of changes in foreign investment and state ownership need to be examined using multilevel data, linking macro-effects and micro-effects. We exploited the natural experiment offered by the Hungarian economic transition by means of a multilevel study designed to address these gaps in the scientific literature.