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The status of health in demand estimation; or, beyond excellent, good, fair, and poor
The status of health in demand estimation; or, beyond excellent, good, fair, and poor. In Economic Aspects of Health, Fuchs V (e., University of Chicago Press for NBER: Chicago. However, still the real public health and economic burden of the disease have been underestimated due to poor reporting, and that is why, the disease lacks to bring the attention that it deserves.
Willard G. Manning, Jr. & Joseph P. Newhouse & John E. Ware, J. 1982. Victor R. Fuchs & Marcia J. Kramer, 1972.
The Status of Health in Demand Estimation: Or, Beyond Excellent, Good, Fair, or Poor. In Fuchs, V. e. Economic Aspects of Health. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Much Ado about Two: Reconsidering Retransformation and the Two-Part Model in Health Econometrics, Journal of Health Economics 17, 247-281. Department of Health and Human Services, Office on Smoking and Health. The Health Consequences of Involuntary Smoking: A Report of the Surgeon General. Government Printing Office.
beyond excellent, good, fair, and poor. by Willard G. Manning. Health insurance experiment series. Published 1980 by Rand in Santa Monica, CA. Written in English. ix, 64 p. ; Number of pages.
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The RAND Health Insurance Experiment (RAND HIE) was an experimental study from 1974 to 1982 of health care costs, utilization and outcomes in the United States.
The RAND Health Insurance Experiment (RAND HIE) was an experimental study from 1974 to 1982 of health care costs, utilization and outcomes in the United States, which assigned people randomly to different kinds of plans and followed their behavior
The Status of Health in Demand Estimation: Beyond Excellent, Good, Fair, and Poor 1981. Willard G. Manning, Joseph P. Newhouse, John E. Ware. Dental Care Demand: Point Estimates and Implications for National Health Insurance. Manning, Charles E. Phelps.
The Status of Health in Demand Estimation: Beyond Excellent, Good, Fair, and Poor 1981. Manning, Kenneth B. Wells, Bernadette Benjamin.
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