Mark Pauly on Welfare Economics: Normative Rabbits from Positive Hats
AbstractMark Pauly's (Pauly, 1994a) editorial comment on Labelle et al. (1994a) sows seeds whose harvest is a dangerous confusion of intellectual categories. Out of that confusion, he dismisses as irrelevant an approach to the evaluation of social arrangements in health care that we and many others consider a useful normative framework, and that is increasingly widely used.
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- Culyer, Anthony J. & Evans, Robert G., 1996. "Mark Pauly on welfare economics: Normative rabbits from positive hats," Journal of Health Economics, Elsevier, vol. 15(2), pages 243-251, April.
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