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Convergence of health spending and health outcomes in the European Union, 1960-95

J. Nixon

Convergence of health spending and health outcomes in the European Union, 1960-95

by J. Nixon

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Published by Centre for Health Economics, University of York in York .
Written in English


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StatementJohn Mixon.
SeriesDiscussion paper / Centre for Health Economics -- 183
ContributionsUniversity of York. Centre for Health Economics.
The Physical Object
Pagination27p. :
Number of Pages27
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21865461M

organisation addressing how the environment affects health in the European Union (EU). With the support of its more than 65 member organisations, HEAL brings independent expertise and evidence from the health community to HEALTH COSTS IN THE EUROPEAN UNION fi HOW MUCH IS RELATED TO EDCS? From to U.S. health spending per capita increased percent per year, compared with the OECD median of percent. The United States has the lowest percentage of the population with Cited by:

Nixon J () Convergence of health care spending and health outcomes in the EUropean Union, – Centre for Health Economics, University of York. Wang Z () The convergence of health care expenditure in the US states. Health Economics 55– View Article Google Scholar Cited by: 6. Supporting public health in Europe. The EU complements national health policies by supporting local EU governments to achieve common objectives, pool resources and overcome shared challenges. In addition to formulating EU-wide laws and standards for health products and services, it also provides funding for health projects across the EU.

1. Introduction Background. Health systems are expected to improve population health and implicitly to provide the population with high quality health care that is also affordable [].Nowadays, health systems face two main challenges [2, 3].First challenge, there are limited health budgets and increasing health costs (met by the public and private sectors).Cited by: 1. Agrawal, A. (). “Matthew effect” or “law of diminishing marginal returns”? Intra-country evidence on convergence in health outcomes from India. (Working Paper submitted to the Nordic Conference in Development Economics , Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research).


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Convergence of health spending and health outcomes in the European Union, 1960-95 by J. Nixon Download PDF EPUB FB2

Convergence of Health Care Spending and Health Outcomes in the European Union, SUMMARY Convergence in health expenditure in the countries of the European Union (EU) has been demonstrated to be occurring in previous studies. The aim of this paper is to identify and discuss the reasons for this finding and to present new evidence confirming convergence in health outcomes.

Convergence of Health Care Spending and Health Outcomes in the European Union, new evidence confirming convergence in health outcomes, as represented by. Convergence of health care spending and health outcomes in the EUropean Union, Convergence in health expenditure in the countries of the European Union (EU) has been demonstrated to be occurring in previous studies.

Title(s): Convergence of health care spending and health outcomes in the European Union, / John Nixon. Country of Publication: England Publisher: York: University of York, Centre for Health Economics, [] Description: 27 p.: ill.

Convergence in health expenditure in the countries of the European Union (EU) has been demonstrated to be occurring in previous studies. The aim of this paper is to identify and discuss the reasons for this finding and to present new evidence confirming convergence in health outcomes, as represented by life expectancy and infant mortality : John Nixon.

The first tests for the presence of s-convergence using cross-sectional data over the period which provides an overall measure of change in dispersion for two chosen variables; total health expenditure as a share of GDP and per capita health expenditure.

Discussion paper convergence of health care spending and health outcomes in the European union Cited by: Convergence of health care spending and health outcomes in the European Union –95’, (). Cross-country studies of health care expenditure’, in ().Author: Carol Propper.

Nixon, J. () Convergence of health care spending and health outcomes in the European Union, –, Discussion paper, Centre for health economics, University of York. Michael, P., Nobay, A.R., and Peel, D.A.() Transaction Costs and Nonlinear Adjustment in Real Exchange Rates: An Empirical Investigation, Journal of Political Economy, (4), – The subject of this paper is an attempt to assess the level of convergence of government health spending in the European Union countries.

The ever-increasing level of. Convergence of health care spending and health outcomes in the European Union, – Discussion paper, Centre for health economics, University of York.

OECD. OECD Health Data Okunade AA, Karakus MC, Okeke C. Determinants of health expenditure growth of the OECD countries: jackknife resampling plan estimates. Convergence of health care spending and health outcomes in the European Union, –95 (p. Centre for Health Economics, Discussion Paper, No: The University of : Ramesh Chandra Das, Kamal Ray, Utpal Das.

Convergence of health care spending and health outcomes in the European Union, – Centre for Health Economics, Discussion Paper: The University of York. Cited by: 5. The European Union's common policies for market integration have also had an impact on the health care sectors.

A panel of EU member states' data reveals that their health care expenditures exhibit by: This article presents key statistics on expenditure and financing aspects of healthcare in the European Union (EU).Healthcare systems are organised and financed in different ways across the EU Member States, but universal access to quality healthcare, at an affordable cost to both individuals and society at large, is widely regarded as a basic need; moreover, this is one of the common values.

Convergence of health care spending and health outcomes in the European Union, – Centre for Health Economics, University of York, York View in ArticleCited by: Nixon J. Convergence of health care spending and health outcomes in the EUropean Union, – York: University of York, Centre for Health Economics; Cited by: 4.

Convergence of health care spending and health outcomes in the European Union, –95, Centre for Health Economics, University of York, York () Google Scholar. C Alvarez-Dardet, A Franco-GiraldoDemocratisation and health after the fall of the Wall. J Epidemiol Community Health, 60 (), pp.

Cited by: Health spending in Europe falls for the first time in decades 16/11/ Health spending fell across the European Union inas cash-strapped governments curbed outlays to help cut budgetary deficits, according to Health policies and data, a new joint report by the OECD and the European Commission.

European governments to invest in the health of their populations, not only because better health is a desirable objective in its own right, but also because it is an important determinant of eco- nomic growth and competitiveness.

Health systems across the European Union are confronting numerous challenges – from ageing populations and the sustainable financing of health care, to wide variations in clinical practice, a necessary and increasing emphasis on patient experience, and significant public health Size: KB.Economic crisis, health systems and health in Europe: impact and implications for policy vii List of tables and figures Table 1 Countries in which per capita public spending on health fell (NCUs), –, European Region Table 2 Countries in which changes in per capita public spending on health (NCUs) were greater than historical.The huge regional disparity in government health expenditures (GHE) is a major policy concern in China.

This paper addresses whether provincial GHE converges in China from to using the economic convergence framework based on neoclassical economic growth theory.