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Title Country’s health profile: Social, economic, behavioral and healthcare determinants
Authors Leonov, Serhii Leonidovych  
Bilan, S.
Yarovenko, Hanna Mykolaivna  
Ostasz, G.
Kolotilina, Olena Vasylivna  
Keywords behavioral determinants
center of mass
economic determinants
healthcare determinants
model
social determinants
Type Article
Date of Issue 2021
URI https://essuir.sumdu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/87538
Publisher Centre of Sociological Research in co-operation with University of Szczecin (Poland); Széchenyi István University (Hungary); Mykolas Romeris University (Lithuania); Dubcek University of Trencín, Faculty of Social and Economic Relations (Slovak Republic)
License Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License
Citation Lyeonov, S., Bilan, S., Yarovenko, H., Ostasz, G., & Kolotilina, O. (2021). Country’s health profile: Social, economic, behavioral and healthcare determinants. Economics and Sociology, 14(3), 322-340. doi:10.14254/2071-789X.2021/14-3/17
Abstract The article uses the estimation method of the center of mass to model the country’s health profile as an indicator for determining the prerequisites for the country’s readiness to combat and prevent mass diseases. The authors identified the most relevant determinants that characterized society’s social, economic, healthcare, and behavioral models. They formed a sequence of health profiles in the form of a four-pole barycentric model of balanced, composite dimensions. It was found that developed countries dominate according to the integrated value of the four dimensions. It indicates their significant economic, social, and medical opportunities for the population. According to the balance of dimension pairs, behavioral determinants influence the imbalance for developed countries, the health care determinants - for new industrial states. The pair of socio-economic development is the most critical for developing and the least developed countries. According to the resilience level, such countries as Ireland, Luxembourg, Iceland, Switzerland, Denmark, Greece, Australia were identified. As a result, Norway’s health profile was found to be the most effective four-pole barycentric model with composite dimension efficiency, dimension pair balance, and stability level.
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