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Using discrete choice experiments in health economics: moving forward

Ryan, M. and Gerard, K. (2002) Using discrete choice experiments in health economics: moving forward In, Scott, Anthony, Maynard, Alan and Elliott, Robert (eds.) Adavnces in Health Economics. Chichester, UK, John Wiley pp. 25-40.

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Willingness to Pay for Health Care (C. Donaldson and P. Shackley).
Using Discrete Choice Experiments in Health Economics: Moving Forward (M. Ryan and K. Gerard).
Methods for Eliciting Time Preferences Over Future Health Events (M. van der Pol and J. Cairns).
Economic Evaluation for Decision-making (A. Gray and L. Vale).
Incentives in Health Care (A. Scott and S. Farrar).
The Nursing Labour Market (R. Elliott, et al.).
The Economics of the Hospital: Issues of Asymmetry and Uncertainty as they Affect Hospital Reimbursement (A. McGuire and D. Hughes).
Measuring Efficiency in Dental Care (D. Parkin and N. Devlin).
Ageing, Disability and Long-term Care Expenditures (P. McNamee and S. Stearns).
Economic Challenges in Primary Care (A. Maynard and A. Scott).
Equity in Health Care: The Need for a New Economics Paradigm? (G. Mooney and E. Russell).
Economics of Health and Health Improvement (A. Ludbrook and D. Cohen).

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Published date: 2002


Local EPrints ID: 44066
ISBN: 0470848839
PURE UUID: c84a9478-bcb2-463d-acc1-522ba7860afe

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Date deposited: 13 Feb 2007
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 15:16

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Author: M. Ryan
Author: K. Gerard
Editor: Anthony Scott
Editor: Alan Maynard
Editor: Robert Elliott

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