Gilt Roemer’s Law auch in Deutschland? / Does Roemer’s Law Apply in Germany?: Eine empirische Untersuchung zur Überprüfung der These der Angebotsinduzierung im stationären Sektor des deutschen Gesundheitswesens / An Empirical Investigation to Test the Thesis of Supply-induced Demand in Inpatient Care in the German Healthcare System
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KeywordsSupply-induced demand; hospital care; hospital planning;
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