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Journal of Health Economics

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Current editor: J. P. Newhouse
Current editor: A. J. Culyer
Current editor: R. Frank
Current editor: K. Claxton
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Series handle: RePEc:eee:jhecon
ISSN: 0167-6296

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March 2004, Volume 23, Issue 2

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    January 2003, Volume 22, Issue 1

    November 2002, Volume 21, Issue 6

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    January 2002, Volume 21, Issue 1

    November 2001, Volume 20, Issue 6

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    January 2001, Volume 20, Issue 1

    November 2000, Volume 19, Issue 6

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