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Neglected equity issues in cost effectiveness analysis - part 2: direct and indirect costs, the preservation of hope, the rule of rescue, patient adaptation, and the Ex Ante/Ex Post distinction

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  • John McKie

    () (Centre for Health Economics, Monash University)

  • Jeff Richardson

    () (Centre for Health Economics, Monash University)

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  • John McKie & Jeff Richardson, 2005. "Neglected equity issues in cost effectiveness analysis - part 2: direct and indirect costs, the preservation of hope, the rule of rescue, patient adaptation, and the Ex Ante/Ex Post distinction," Centre for Health Economics Research Papers 8/05, Monash University, Centre for Health Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:mhe:cherps:2005-8
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