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Incentives: For What? For Whom? What Kind?

  • A. J. Culyer
Part of the Health Systems Research book series (HEALTH)

Abstract

In trying to set an agenda I have interpreted my brief as one entailing more the asking than the answering of questions. I shall therefore endeavour to suppress my own strong feelings as to what the answers ought to be, though I dare say I shall be less than fully successfull in the attempt.

Keywords

Incentive Structure Health Service Management Normative Economic Canadian Health Care System National Income Account 
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