This second edition of Culyer’s authoritative Dictionary of Health Economics brings the material up to date and adds large amounts of new information. Some definitions have been revised. There are over 700 new entries. The Dictionary now also contains extensive references to the literature to identify original source material or to provide illustrations of the headword in use. The bibliography comprises some 1,000 items. In view of the huge growth in cost-effectiveness studies and the continuing variability in their quality, an appendix lists 100 high quality cost-effectiveness studies from all parts of the world. There are now many more entries and references relating to the developing world. New and separate subject and name indices provide supplementary means of searching the material and identifying individuals who have contributed significantly to the oeuvre.
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