Addressing Key Issues in the Light of Structural Adjustment Programme (SAP) in Health and Family Welfare Sector in India
The policies including that of â€˜World Bankâ€™ and the recent â€˜Indian Health Report (WHO) 2000â€™, now recognise the importance of investing in health & also providing for a â€˜safety netâ€™ for the poor and vulnerable to promote economic development and reduce poverty. So, there is an urgent need to address several issues to revamp the entire health sector in India. The paper, apart from an extensive review of Indiaâ€™s health scenario also identifies the potential areas where further studies need to be undertaken for accelerating the reforms process in the desired direction. [Working Paper No. 97]
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- Peter A. Berman, 1997. "National Health Accounts in Developing Countries: Appropriate Methods and Recent Applications," Health Economics, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., vol. 6(1), pages 11-30.
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