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Comparaison internationale des dépenses de santé : une analyse des évolutions dans sept pays depuis 1970

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  • Catherine Bac

    (Centre de Formation Professionnelle Notariale (CFPN))

  • Gerard Cornilleau

    (Observatoire français des conjonctures économiques)

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La croissance des dépenses de santé a eu tendance à ralentir au cours des dernières décennies dans la plupart des pays développés. Elle a néanmoins tendance à demeurer plus forte que celle du PIB, augmentant la part de ces dépenses dans la richesse nationale. De 1970 à la fin des années 90, cette part est, par exemple, passée de 7 à 13 % aux États-Unis, de près de 6 à plus de 9 % en France, de 5 à 8 % en Italie, de 4,5 à 7 % au Royaume-Uni. Une part de cette augmentation est due aux évolutions démographiques : accroissement de la population totale et, de plus en plus, vieillissement de la population. Ces facteurs seraient tendanciellement à l’origine d’environ 1 point par an dans la croissance des dépenses totales de santé en volume (1,4 point pour les États-Unis). Hors les facteurs démographiques, une tendance autonome des dépenses, variable selon les pays, reflète l’avancée des progrès techniques, l’évolution des comportements ainsi que des modes de régulation à l’œuvre (...).

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  • Catherine Bac & Gerard Cornilleau, 2002. "Comparaison internationale des dépenses de santé : une analyse des évolutions dans sept pays depuis 1970," Sciences Po publications info:hdl:2441/2583, Sciences Po.
  • Handle: RePEc:spo:wpmain:info:hdl:2441/2583
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      [The Evolution of the Health Expenditures in Morocco: A Demographics and Macroeconomics
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