Item description for Health Economics by Peter Zweifel...
Health Economics is the most complete text available on the economics of health behavior and health care delivery. Appropriate both for advanced undergraduate and beginning graduate students of economics, this text provides key analytical tools required for understanding current research, presenting empirical evidence on each issue and summarizing results for easy comprehension. Issues discussed include the "cost explosion" in health care, the power of medical associations, the search for remuneration systems with favorable incentives, and technological change in medicine. Without neglecting ethical concerns, modern microeconomic theory is applied to formulate theoretical implications and predictions, and key arguments are summarized to facilitate follow-up, review, and documentation. Rather than simplifying the issues facing today's healthcare systems, the book models existing complexities as they are, adapting economics to reflect the views of the average person.
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ISBN 3540278044 ISBN13 9783540278047
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More About Peter Zweifel
Peter Zweifel has an academic affiliation as follows - University of Zurich.
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Excellent Contribution to Health Economics Understanding Dec 29, 2002
Zweifel's book is an excellent example of a real contribution to the public understanding and awareness of Health Economics principles and practicalities. I specially recommend this book to all readers interested in exploring the subject in a bid to get a tool for the betterment of the decision making process in resource allocation in the health care sector.