Handbook of Health Economics, Volume 2 - 1st EditionISBN Mihajlo Michael Jakovljevic MD, PhD 1 describes some of the key global health challenges at the beginning of the twenty-first century. Notable health economists in the field based in USA, Japan, China, and European countries Germany, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Ireland, Serbia, Bulgaria, Poland, and Albania affiliated to the some of the top ranked universities contributed with their diverse expert profiles in health economics, clinical medicine, public health, and population aging. Regional health-care issues in these countries related to the population aging 2 — 4 , health expenditures 5 — 7 , health technology assessment 8 , 9 , insurance coverage 10 — 12 , costs of pharmaceutical development 13 , 14 , economics of prosperity diseases 15 — 18 , public health legislation 19 , and caregiver assessment 20 are processed in seven chapters of the book. The first chapter describes the trends in population aging and health expenditures in emerging markets of BRICS and N nations thus complementing and expanding previous research in this field 21 — Use of multi-criteria decision analysis MCDA in health technology assessment is described in the third chapter, with a special emphasis on international experience and practical lessons from the real-world MCDA models.
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Handbook of Health Economics, Volume 2
Its global perspective, including an emphasis on low and middle-income countries, will result in the same high citations that made Volume 1 a foundational text. Graduate students and professors worldwide working in all subdisciplines of economics and finance. This new volume will enhance its position as a comprehensive and authoritative guide to the literature and broadens the scope of the original Handbook. Kudos for having commissioned such outstanding authors and chosen these topics for coverage. The sixteen chapters provide detailed, thorough and readable surveys of current conceptual and empirical issues, each written by distinguished active researchers. Now Volume 2 looks certain to match that success, comprehensively covering more recent developments and the burgeoning international health economics literature with authority, concision and verve. His research focuses on the design and impact of health care payment systems, the economics of health care disparities, and the economics of mental health policy and drug regulation and payment.
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James W. Henderson, Ph. Williams Professor of Economics at Baylor University, where his teaching and research center on health economics and policy. Health Economics and Policy. James Henderson. The author explains how the theories work and how health care financial systems operate in the real world. You'll develop an understanding of the social, political, and economic contexts of health care delivery, as well as the changing nature of health care.