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Table 1 Countries included in model and data used for each country

From: Lost productivity due to premature mortality in developed and emerging countries: an application to smoking cessation

Region1 Country Level of Development2 Life Expectancy Labor Force Participation Wages CPI Discount Rate Can Include Household Labor
Overall By age By sex
Africa Egypt Emerging x x    x x 8.20 %  
South Africa Emerging x x x    x 6.50 % x
The Americas Brazil Emerging x x x    x 4.80 %  
Canada Advanced x x   x x x 3.90 % x
Colombia Emerging x x x    x 8.60 %  
Mexico Emerging x x x   x x 6.20 % x
United States Advanced x x   x x x 4.50 % x
Asia China Emerging x x x    x 14.30 % x
India Emerging x x x    x 11.70 % x
Indonesia Emerging x x    x x 7.10 % x
Israel Advanced x x x    x 3.00 %  
Japan Advanced x x    x x 3.90 % x
Turkey Emerging x x x    x 7.80 % x
Europe Czech Republic Advanced x x x    x 8.90 %  
Denmark Advanced x x   x x x 4.90 %  
Belgium Advanced x x    x x 5.00 % x
Finland Advanced x x    x x 7.90 % x
France Advanced x x   x x x 3.30 % x
Germany Advanced x x x    x 4.60 % x
Netherlands Advanced x x x    x 4.50 %  
Poland Emerging x x x    x 8.50 % x
Portugal Advanced x x   x x x 2.40 % x
Russia Emerging x x x    x 10.00 %  
Spain Advanced x x   x x x 5.70 % x
Sweden Advanced x x    x x 6.40 % x
United Kingdom Advanced x x   x x x 4.40 % x
Oceania Australia Advanced x x    x x 3.30 % x
  New Zealand Advanced x x    x x 2.70 % x
  Papua New Guinea Emerging x x    x x 4.30 %  
  1. Sources:
  2. (1) As defined by the United Nations Statistics Division, http://unstats.un.org/unsd/methods/m49/m49regin.htm#ftnb.
  3. (2) As defined by the IMF, http://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/weo/2010/01/weodata/weoselagr.aspx#a001.
  4. Notes:
  5. Subject to data availability, the largest countries by population and level of development (advanced/emerging), in addition to further examples from each region, were included.