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The Dictionary of Health Economics

The Dictionary of Health Economics by Anthony J. Culyer
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‘At last, a book that reveals in plain English the concepts and methods used by health economists. This book should make a major contribution to promoting multi-disciplinary research on health and health services, and enable students to get through the undergrowth of jargon that commonly turns them back.' – Nick Black, Health Services Research Unit, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK From Abscissa, through to the World Health Organization, this expansive Dictionary comprehensively covers the field of health economics and closely related fields including epidemiology, pharmacoeconomics, demography, medical sociology, medical statistics and bio-statistics, health policy, health administration and health service management, public health medicine and qualitative and quantitative research. Entries and definitions are provided for all key concepts listed with, in many cases, more extended entries on core or controversial ideas.
Edward Elgar Publishing; January 2005
404 pages; ISBN 9781845426736
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Title: The Dictionary of Health Economics
Author: Anthony J. Culyer