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La déformation des comportements médicaux en faveur d’une logique de marchandisation

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In this article we focus on the private practitioner's voluntary choices of the pricing practices (free care and high fee care) to understand the practitioners' economic behavior. We use an unbalanced panel data comprising 7896 self-employed physicians who were observed over the 1980-2000 period. Our results offer an empirical understanding of the practitioners' motivations and put forward the deformation of medical behavior: a "price" strategy takes a dominant position.

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  • Jeanne Lievaut, 2011. "La déformation des comportements médicaux en faveur d’une logique de marchandisation," EconomiX Working Papers 2011-19, University of Paris Nanterre, EconomiX.
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    1. Gene-Badia, Joan & Escaramis-Babiano, Georgia & Sans-Corrales, Mireia & Sampietro-Colom, Laura & Aguado-Menguy, Francoise & Cabezas-Pena, Carmen & Puelles, Pedro Gallo de, 2007. "Impact of economic incentives on quality of professional life and on end-user satisfaction in primary care," Health Policy, Elsevier, vol. 80(1), pages 2-10, January.
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    1. Nicolas Da Silva, 2012. "Motivation et performance des médecins. Un examen de la littérature empirique," Post-Print hal-01480872, HAL.

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    fees; motivations; panel;

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