Poverty, Human Development and Health Financing in India
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KeywordsHuman development; health financing; rich; poor; rural; urban; strategy; public and private sectors; HDI; Indian states; Kerala; Punjab; HP; Maharashtra; Social Sector Expenditure; Income; GSDP; poverty;
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