Comparative Health Care Federalism (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
326
Utgivningsdatum
2015-06-03
Upplaga
New ed
Förlag
Routledge
Medarbetare
Dosenrode, Professor Soren (series ed.)
Illustrationer
Includes 12 b&w illustrations
Dimensioner
234 x 158 x 25 mm
Vikt
748 g
ISBN
9781472432315
Comparative Health Care Federalism (inbunden)

Comparative Health Care Federalism

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Examining the changing nature of health care federalism within a competitive global context, Comparative Health Care Federalism provides a rich and nuanced account of the way in which the interplay of federal relationships impact health care within an array of systems. The editors have gathered together some of the leading international health policy scholars to provide detailed accounts of the dynamics of federal health policy-making within their respective jurisdictions. Complementing the theoretical and methodological objectives, this book provides a detailed, empirical description of the challenges faced by different states and the ways in which health policy-making works within the federal, quasi-federal, and functional federal systems presented. In chapters on the United States, Australia, Canada, Germany, Spain, Italy, Austria, the United Kingdom, the EU, India, China, Brazil, and the Russian Federation the authors consider what variables contribute to, and stand in the way of, the formation of robust and sustainable health care systems.
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'In a unique and important contribution to the literature of comparative health policy, this ambitious volume draws together leading country experts and comparativists to address questions of multi-level governance in a range of federal, quasi-federal and functionally-federal states spanning both OECD and BRIC nations, gleaning insights beyond those than can be drawn from studying formal federal systems alone.' Carolyn Hughes Tuohy, University of Toronto, Canada 'Just like stamp collectors, scholars of comparative health policy like to group health systems by country as it is so much tidier. Yet as this book shows, the concept of a national health system is often meaningless, as sub-national entities adopt increasingly diverse health systems. It is essential reading for anyone seeking to understand the messy reality of all types of "federal" states.' Martin McKee CBE, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK

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Katherine Fierlbeck is McCulloch Professor of Political Science at Dalhousie University. She has cross-appointments in International Development Studies and European Studies, and is a member of the European Union Centre of Excellence. Howard A. Palley is Professor Emeritus of Social Policy at the School of Social Work and Distinguished Fellow at the Institute for Human Services Policy at the School of Social Work of the University of Maryland.

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Contents: Comparative policy analysis, health care, and federal systems, Katherine Fierlbeck and Howard A. Palley; Austria, Margitta Matzke and Harald Stoger; Germany, Achim Lang; Spain, Ixchel Perez Duran; Italy, Federico Toth; The United Kingdom, Gwyn Bevan, Sheelah Connolly and Nicholas Mays; European Union, Scott L. Greer; Canada, Katherine Fierlbeck and Howard A. Palley; Australia, Stephen Duckett; The United States, Kieke G.H. Okma and Theodore R. Marmor; India, James Warner Bjorkman and A. Venkat Raman; China, Michael K. Gusmano; Brazil, Lenaura de Vasconcelos Costa Lobato and MEAnica de Castro Maia Senna; The Russian Federation, Tatiana Chubarova and Natalia Grigorieva; Conclusion, Howard A. Palley and Katherine Fierlbeck; Bibliography; Index.