Table of contents for Pharmaceutical innovation : incentives, competition, and cost-benefit analysis in international perspective / [edited by] Frank A. Sloan, Chee-Ruey Hsieh.
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1. Introduction Frank Sloan and Chee-Ruey Hsieh; Part I. The Industry Structure of Pharmaceutical Innovation: 2. The pharmaceutical sector in health care Uwe Reinhardt; 3. The economics of research and development in the pharmaceutical industry William Comanor; Part II. Structuring Incentives for Research and Development: 4. Drugs for neglected diseases: new incentives for innovation Aidan Hollis; 5. When patents fail: finding new drugs for the developing world Stephen M. Maurer; 6. Implementing a public subsidy for vaccines Frank Sloan and Charles Eesley; 7. Ensuring the future supply of vaccines: is a National Vaccine Authority the answer? Frank Lichtenberg; Part III. Competition and Marketing: 8. Competition between generic and branded drugs Henry Grabowski; 9. The United States' experience with direct-to-consumer advertising of prescription drugs: what have we learned? Ernst Berndt; Part IV. Public Evaluation of the Benefits and Costs of Innovation: 10. Measures of costs and benefits for drugs in cost effectiveness analysis Mark Pauly; 11. Using economic evaluation in reimbursement decisions for health technologies: lessons from international experience Michael Drummond; 12. Pharmaceutical spending and health outcomes Pierre Cremieux, Denise Jarvinen, Genia Long and Phi Merrigan; 13. Pharmaceutical innovation and health outcomes: empirical evidence from Taiwan Chee-Ruey Hsieh, Kuang-Ta Vance Lo, Yichen Hong and Ya-Chen Tina Shih; 14. Conclusions and policy implications Frank A. Sloan and Chee-Ruey Hsieh.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Drug Industry -- economics.
Pharmaceutical Preparations -- economics.
Vaccines -- economics.