Reconsidering theories and evidence of supplier induced demand
This paper seeks to make three contributions to the literature on supplier induced demand (SID). They concern, firstly, the criterion for accepting or rejecting SID. Secondly, its theoretical basis and thirdly the results of two Australian studies designed to test the existence of SID in the Australian medical market.
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