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Pita Barros P. and Magnussen J.Pages 199-218 Introduction The chapters of this volume address issues of hospital competition and share the feature of addressing quality competition under fixed (prospective) prices. From a theory point of view, the chapters take the final stage of a more... Lire la suite


Andrea M. Austin , Ph.D., is a Research Scientist in The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice (TDI), Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth. Dr. Austin is interested in applications of methods for social network analysis to cancer and geriatric medicine and is currently... Lire la suite


Allocative efficiency : For given levels of input prices, allocative efficiency means that the combination of inputs is optimized in order to minimize production costs. Altruistic preferences : Hospital motivation to provide quality due to doctors’ desire to improve patients’ health... Lire la suite

Chapter 2. Ownership and Hospital Productivity

Dormont B. & Milcent C. Pages 69-113 AbstractThere is ongoing debate about the effect of ownership on hospital perfor-mance as regards efficiency and care quality. This chapter proposes ananalysis of the differences in productivity and efficiency between French public and private... Lire la suite

La fin du foot ? Retour sur un business qui dérange

Luc Arrondel, Paris School of Economics – École d'économie de Paris et Richard Duhautois, Conservatoire national des arts et métiers (CNAM) Comment est-on passé d’une pratique sportive destinée à la formation des futures élites anglaises, ou en France à une pratique de patronage, à un... Lire la suite