Distributing Health Care: Economic and Ethical Issues (Oxford Medical Publications) Paperback – 17 Sep 1987
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The book succeeds in explaining how health economics can be useful and how a better understanding of the depth of the problems that society faces in the distribution of health care can help us address problems in a systematic and incremental fashion... it is a remarkably comprehensive yet accessible text and should prove to be a valuable addition to [the] bookshelf. (International Journal of Epidemiology)
... interesting, easy to read, and enlightening about economic theory and its application to healthcare... The subjects are presented in a logical, easy to follow sequence, each chapter building appropriately on those that precede it. (Doody's Journal)
About the Author
Paul Dolan is at Sheffield Health Economics Group, University of Sheffield. Jan Abel Olsen is at Institute of Community Medicine, University of Tromso, Norway.
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