Table of contents for Health economics / Jay Bhattacharya, Timothy Hyde, Peter Tu.


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1. Why Health Economics?
PART I: DEMAND FOR HEALTH AND HEALTH CARE
2. Demand for Health Care
3. Demand for Health: The Grossman Model
4. Socioeconomic Disparities in Health
PART II: SUPPLY OF HEALTH CARE
5. The Labor Market for Physicians
6. Hospitals
PART III: INFORMATION ECONOMICS
7. Demand for Insurance
8. Adverse Selection: Akerlof's Market for Lemons
9. Adverse Selection: The Rothschild-Stiglitz Model
10. Adverse Selection in Real Markets
11. Moral Hazard
PART IV: ECONOMICS OF HEALTH INNOVATION_
12. Pharmaceuticals and the Economics of Innovation
13. Technology and The Price of Health Care
14. Health Technology Assessment
PART V: HEALTH POLICY
15. The Health Policy Conundrum
16. The Beveridge Model: Nationalized Health Care
17. The Bismarck Model: Social Health Insurance
18. The American Model
19. Population Aging and the Future of Health Policy
PART VI: PUBLIC HEALTH ECONOMICS
20. The Economics of Health Externalities
21. Economic Epidemiology
22. Obesity
PART VII: BEHAVIORAL HEALTH ECONOMICS
23. Prospect Theory
24 Time Inconsistency and Health



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Medical economics -- Textbooks.
Economics, Medical.
Medical economics. -- fast