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  • Newspaper


    NHS Reforms :the economist's view

    2014 - guardian

    In-text: (appleby)

    Your Bibliography: appleby. "NHS Reforms :The Economist's View." guardian 2014: n. pag. Print.

  • Govt. publication


    health economics


    In-text: (DOHC)

    Your Bibliography: DOHC. Health Economics. 2010. Print.

  • Govt. publication


    ACTIVITY OF in patient activity in acute hospitals


    In-text: (ESRI)

    Your Bibliography: ESRI. ACTIVITY OF In Patient Activity In Acute Hospitals. 2012. Print.

  • Journal

    Heymann, A. D., Leshno, M., Endevelt, R. and Shamir, R.

    The high cost of celiac disease in an Israeli Health Maintenance Organization

    2013 - Health Econ Rev

    In-text: (Heymann et al. 23)

    Your Bibliography: Heymann, Anthony D et al. "The High Cost Of Celiac Disease In An Israeli Health Maintenance Organization." Health Econ Rev 3.1 (2013): 23. Web.

  • Journal

    Insler, M.

    The Health Consequences of Retirement

    2014 - Journal of Human Resources

    In-text: (Insler 195-233)

    Your Bibliography: Insler, Michael. "The Health Consequences Of Retirement." Journal of Human Resources 49.1 (2014): 195-233. Web.

  • Book

    Kowalski, A. E.

    Censored quantile instrumental variable estimates of the price elasticity of expenditure on medical care

    2009 - National Bureau of Economic Research - Cambridge, Mass.

    In-text: (Kowalski)

    Your Bibliography: Kowalski, Amanda E. Censored Quantile Instrumental Variable Estimates Of The Price Elasticity Of Expenditure On Medical Care. Cambridge, Mass.: National Bureau of Economic Research, 2009. Print.

  • Journal

    Montizaan, R. M. and Vendrik, M. C.

    Misery Loves Company: Exogenous shocks in retirement expectations and social comparison effects on subjective well-being

    2014 - Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization

    In-text: (Montizaan and Vendrik 1-26)

    Your Bibliography: Montizaan, Raymond M., and Maarten C.M. Vendrik. "Misery Loves Company: Exogenous Shocks In Retirement Expectations And Social Comparison Effects On Subjective Well-Being." Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 97 (2014): 1-26. Web.

  • Book

    Normand, C.

    Clinical audit in professions allied to medicine and related therapy professions

    1991 - Health & Health Care Research Unit

    In-text: (Normand)

    Your Bibliography: Normand, Charles. Clinical Audit In Professions Allied To Medicine And Related Therapy Professions. Health & Health Care Research Unit, 1991. Print.

  • Newspaper

    sheehan, F.

    small fee for gp visits

    2014 - irish independent

    In-text: (sheehan)

    Your Bibliography: sheehan, fionnan. "Small Fee For Gp Visits." irish independent 2014: n. pag. Print.

  • Govt. publication


    health systems in transiiton


    In-text: (WHO)

    Your Bibliography: WHO. Health Systems In Transiiton. 2009. Print.

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