Private Markets in Health and Welfare: An International Perspective

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As the costs of health care have escalated in recent years, governments have encouraged private markets to assume a greater role in providing what were formerly state services. This topical collection by eminent scholars examines the growing role of private markets in the provision and finance of health and welfare services in six Western countries - the UK, Canada, France, Italy, Sweden and the United States - and three Central European countries - Hungary, Poland and Slovenia. It charts the extent and nature of private ...

Private Markets in Health and Welfare: An International Perspective 1995, Berg Publishers, Oxford, England

ISBN-13: 9781859730973

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