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Health insurance reforms in Asia

Sabrina Luk

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タイトル Health insurance reforms in Asia
著者 Sabrina Luk
出版地(国名コード) GB
出版地Abingdon, Oxon
出版社Routledge
出版年 2014
大きさ、容量等 xiii, 202 pages ; 24 cm
注記 ISBN : 9780415870702 (hardback)
注記 ISBN(エラーコード) : 9781315795805 (ekb)
注記 Includes bibliographical references and index
ISBN 9780415870702
LCCN Permalinkへのリンク 2013039091
ISBN(エラーコード) 9781315795805
出版年月日等 2014
件名(キーワード) Health insurance--Asia
件名(キーワード) Health care reform--Asia
件名(キーワード) BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / General
件名(キーワード) BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Economics / General
NDLC EG131
LCC HG9399.A78
DDC 368.38/20095
要約・抄録 "This book empirically examines health care financing reforms and popular responses in three major cities in East Asia: Shanghai, Singapore, and Hong Kong. It adopts a new revised version of the theory of historical institutionalism to compare and explain the divergent reform paths in these three places over the past three decades. It also examines forces that propel institutional change. The book provides three detailed case studies on the development of health care financing reforms and the politics of implementing them. It shows that health care systems in Shanghai, Singapore, and Hong Kong were the products of Western presence in the nineteenth century. It illustrates how greater attention is paid to the roles played by ideas, actors, and environmental triggers without abandoning the core assumptions that political institutions and policy feedback remain central to impact health care financing reforms. It shows that health care financing reform is shaped by a complex interplay of forces over time. It also provides the most updated material about health care financing reforms in Shanghai, Singapore, and Hong Kong. The central argument of this book is that health care financing reform is both an evolving process responding to changing circumstances and a political process revealing an intricate interplay of power relationships and diverse interests. It shows that institutional changes in health care financing system can be incremental but transformative in nature. It argues that social policies will continue to develop and welfare states will continue to adapt and evolve in order to cope with new risks and needs.This book sheds new lights on understanding the politics of health care financing reform and sources and modes of institutional change. "--
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言語(ISO639-2形式) eng : English

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