Health Economics introduces students of economics, public health, and medicine to the modern field of health economics. The book emphasizes the link between economic theory and health policy, and covers both the established models of health insurance and the dilemmas that policy makers currently face. Features include: * Broad scope, featuring comparative health policy and empirical examples from around the world * Topical issues such as the obesity epidemic, economic epidemiology, socioeconomic health disparities, and behavioral economics * The latest research including the Oregon Medicaid Experiment and the potential impacts of US health reform Student-friendly, Health Economics is written in an engaging, lively style, enhanced by cartoons and images that relate the principles of health economics to everyday life. It also offers hundreds of exercises to help solidify and extend understanding.10 11 12 13 14 15 The only way to combat childhood obesity is through strict government intervention. ... Many countries in the world have experienced increases in the number of obese individuals in their population, but ... Essay. questions. 18 Obesitycontagionandsocialloss. In this question, we discuss the research on obesity contagion by ... For the rest of this problem, suppose that the effect is causal.
|Author||:||Jay Bhattacharya, Timothy Hyde, Peter Tu|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2013-10-30|