Gini . | Unadjusted . | Regression-Adjusted . | IPT-Weighted . |
---|---|---|---|

First | — | — | — |

Second | 0.83^{***} | 0.72^{**} | 0.71^{**} |

(0.24) | (0.25) | (0.25) | |

Third | 0.52 | 0.37 | 0.46 |

(0.26) | (0.27) | (0.26) | |

Fourth | 0.73^{**} | 0.51^{*} | 0.75^{**} |

(0.25) | (0.26) | (0.26) | |

Fifth | 0.60^{*} | 0.38 | 0.67^{*} |

(0.26) | (0.27) | (0.27) | |

Notes: Effects are log-odds ratios of mortality risk. Positive coefficients indicate increased risk. All models adjust for baseline covariates: birth cohort, race, gender, southern region, and educational attainment. Time-varying covariates are employment, family income, neighborhood average family income, neighborhood population size, and neighborhood proportion Black. The first model does not adjust for time-varying covariates; the second model includes time-varying covariates as regression controls; and the third model uses time-varying covariates to inform IPT weights. | |||

^{*}p < .05; ^{**}p < .01; ^{***}p < .001 (for two-sided tests of no effect) |

Gini . | Unadjusted . | Regression-Adjusted . | IPT-Weighted . |
---|---|---|---|

First | — | — | — |

Second | 0.83^{***} | 0.72^{**} | 0.71^{**} |

(0.24) | (0.25) | (0.25) | |

Third | 0.52 | 0.37 | 0.46 |

(0.26) | (0.27) | (0.26) | |

Fourth | 0.73^{**} | 0.51^{*} | 0.75^{**} |

(0.25) | (0.26) | (0.26) | |

Fifth | 0.60^{*} | 0.38 | 0.67^{*} |

(0.26) | (0.27) | (0.27) | |

Notes: Effects are log-odds ratios of mortality risk. Positive coefficients indicate increased risk. All models adjust for baseline covariates: birth cohort, race, gender, southern region, and educational attainment. Time-varying covariates are employment, family income, neighborhood average family income, neighborhood population size, and neighborhood proportion Black. The first model does not adjust for time-varying covariates; the second model includes time-varying covariates as regression controls; and the third model uses time-varying covariates to inform IPT weights. | |||

^{*}p < .05; ^{**}p < .01; ^{***}p < .001 (for two-sided tests of no effect) |

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