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Prescription Drug Advertising and Patient Compliance: A Physician Agency Approach


  • Olivier Armantier


  • Soiliou Daw Namaro


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  • Olivier Armantier & Soiliou Daw Namaro, 2003. "Prescription Drug Advertising and Patient Compliance: A Physician Agency Approach," Department of Economics Working Papers 03-01, Stony Brook University, Department of Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:nys:sunysb:03-01

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