The logical underpinnings and benefits of pooled pharmaceutical procurement: A pragmatic role for our public institutions?
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KeywordsPooled procurement; Multi-country; Economies of scale; Monopsony; Buyers' cartel; Pharmaceuticals; Contraceptives; Essential drugs; Vaccines;
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