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Demande induite par l’offre ambulatoire : un survol de la littérature théorique et empirique

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  • Trinquard, S.
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    L’objet de cet article est d’offrir un bilan théorique et empirique de la littérature de la demande induite. La littérature théorique analyse la réaction du médecin aux incitations financières autour des deux approches de référence que sont la maximisation du profit et le revenu cible. Elle permet d’organiser et d’expliquer la littérature empirique. Trois perspectives empiriques sont alors étudiées : l’effet densité, l’effet honoraire et l’estimation de l’effet revenu. Enfin, le rôle de l’asymétrie d’information dans l’induction et l’effet d’induction sur l’état de santé du patient, sont discutés.

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    Paper provided by LASER (Laboratoire de Science Economique de Richter), Faculty of Economics, University of Montpellier 1 in its series Cahiers du LASER (LASER Working Papers) with number 2006.20.

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    Length: 36 pages
    Date of creation: 2006
    Handle: RePEc:mop:lasrwp:2006.20
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