Symposium Introduction: Papers on ‘Modeling National Health Expenditures’
Significant contributions have been made since the World Health Organization published Brian Abel-Smith's pioneering comparative study of national health expenditures more than 50 years ago. There have been major advances in theories, model specifications, methodological approaches, and data structures. This introductory essay provides a historical context for this line of work, highlights four newly published studies that move health economics research forward, and indicates several important areas of challenging but potentially fruitful research to strengthen future contributions to the literature and make empirical findings more useful for evaluating health policy decisions. Copyright © 2016 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
Health Economics (United Kingdom)
Getzen, T., & Okunade, A. (2017). Symposium Introduction: Papers on ‘Modeling National Health Expenditures’. Health Economics (United Kingdom), 26 (7), 827-833. https://doi.org/10.1002/hec.3405