The New Public - Private Mix in Health: Exploring the

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Department of Justice, which provides analyses of complex antitrust matters, supports the Division’s competition advocacy efforts, legislative program, and comments on rulemakings, serves as liaison with other governmental agencies on competition issues, and coordinates long-range planning projects and programs of special interest to the Assistant Attorney General. The model acknowledges that health is both a consumption good that yields direct satisfaction and utility, and an investment good, which yields satisfaction to consumers indirectly through increased productivity, fewer sick days, and higher wages.

Pages: 191

Publisher: Global Forum for Health Research (2003)

ISBN: 2940286132

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