The Political Economy of Health Care Reforms
- Huizhong Zhou(Western Michigan University)
The political implications and economic consequences of health care reforms are the subject of this book. Its six chapters, authored by a select group of leading health economists, provide insights useful for evaluating further developments in the health care reform debate.
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