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Table 9 Results of sufficiency analyses

From: Trade liberalization, social policies and health: an empirical case study

  Adult female mortality Infant mortality
Configuration Cases Health improving consistency Health worsening consistency Cases Health improving consistency Health worsening consistency
h*M*W*G*l Brazil 0.975* 0.432 Brazil, Sri Lanka 0.486 0.993*
h*m*w*G*l China, India, Thailand 0.426 0.702 China, India, Thailand 0.540 0.887*
h*M*w*G*l Bangladesh 0.582 0.753* Bangladesh, Indonesia 0.604 0.903*
h*M*W*g*L Philippines, South Africa 0.705 0.693 Philippines, South Africa 0.642 0.560
h*M*w*g*L Kyrgyz Republic, Peru 0.613 0.720 Azerbaijan, Kyrgyz Republic, Morocco, Peru 0.787* 0.523
h*M*W*g*l Ecuador, Turkey 0.629 0.629 Ecuador, Turkey 0.881* 0.455
h*M*w*g*l Colombia 0.681 0.676 Colombia, Egypt 0.933* 0.603
H*M*W*g*L Bulgaria, Croatia, Latvia, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovak Republic 0.398 0.821* Bulgaria, Croatia, Latvia, Poland, Portugal, Slovak Republic 0.469 0.660
H*m*W*g*L Mexico 0.555 0.867* Mexico 0.673 0.667
H*M*w*g*L Estonia, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania 0.416 0.816* Italy, Lithuania 0.685 0.606
H*m*w*g*L Korea 0.578 0.894* Korea 0.887* 0.492
H*M*w*g*l Greece 0.745 0.532 Greece 0.954* 0.526
  1. Italicized countries represent deviant cases, they are members of the sufficient configuration but not of the outcome
  2. H highly developed; M protective labour market; W protective welfare state; G employment growth; L employment loss (lower case signifies the negation of these conditions)
  3. *Consistency greater than 0.75