Providing Long-term Care without Crowding-out Family Support and Private Insurance
In this paper we are interested in the organization of long-term care within a given population. Three care financers are identified: the family, the government and the care receiver who can buy a dependency insurance. Our interest lies in the effect of governmental intervention on the demand/supply of these three forms of LTC i.e. how state intervention affects the provision of LTC by the market and the family. Knowing that, we search for an efficient organization of LTC.
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