Trade in Health Services
AbstractThe paper provides an overview of the nature of trade in health services in the world economy. It oulines some of the general implications of trade in health services for national health systems for aspects such as equity, efficiency, and access to health services. [WP no. 70].
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health services; trade; world economy; systems; equity; national; GATS; India; efficicency; access; services; barriers; policy globalization;
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