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The policy implications of economic reasoning: what we do not know about moral hazard in health policy

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Over the past three decades the economic reasoning embodied in the term 'moral hazard' has entered the lexicon of public health policy. What has been its impact? This commentary sketches three core points where we lack information about the impact of economic reasoning on the current and future direction of health policy.
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Keywords: MORAL HAZARD; MOTIVATION; POLICY MAKING

Document Type: Regular Paper

Publication date: 2008-01-01

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