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A stated preference approach to assessing health care-quality improvements in Palestine: from theoretical validity to policy implications

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  • Mataria, Awad
  • Donaldson, Cam
  • Luchini, Stephane
  • Moatti, Jean-Paul

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  • Mataria, Awad & Donaldson, Cam & Luchini, Stephane & Moatti, Jean-Paul, 2004. "A stated preference approach to assessing health care-quality improvements in Palestine: from theoretical validity to policy implications," Journal of Health Economics, Elsevier, vol. 23(6), pages 1285-1311, November.
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