2 edition of Equity and the distribution of UK National Health Service resources found in the catalog.
Equity and the distribution of UK National Health Service resources
Photocopy of: Journal of health economics, vol. 10, (1991), pp.1-19.
|Other titles||Journal of health economics.|
|Statement||Owen O"Donnell, Carol Propper.|
|Contributions||Propper, Carol, 1956-|
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Journal of Health Economics 10 () North-Holland Equity and the distribution of UK National Health Service resources* Owen O'Donnell Centre for Health Economics, University of York, York Y0/ 5DD, UK Carol Propper Department of Economics and SAUS, University of Bristol, Bristol BS8 ITH, UK Received Novemberfinal version received May This paper examines the extent to which Cited by: Equity and the distribution of Equity and the distribution of UK National Health Service resources book National Health Service resources the first author's masters thesis and now forms part of the European Community COMAC Project on Distributive Aspects of Health Care Policies.
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