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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)

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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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