Les enjeux de la régulation spatiale des dépenses de santé bucco-dentaire en France
The dental health expenditures are not very often studied and they show original features. On the one hand, they might be more widespread in the population. On the other hand, basic and complementary financiers play an equivalent part in this field. The aim of this paper is to analyze the stakes of the spatial regulation of dental health expenditures. We study the causes and the consequences of the development of these expenditures in France. We try to underline the elements, which have to be taken into account by the public authorities. Then we examine the policies of spatial regulation used with a comparison with others European countries. Classification JEL : I1, R58.
Volume (Year): février (2004)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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