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Includes bibliographical references (pages 283-304) and index.
Ch. 1. Understanding the dynamics of change in the health care arena -- pt. I. Episodes of policy change -- Ch. 2. The establishment of the welfare state in the health care arena -- Ch. 3. The reforms of the 1990s -- Ch. 4. Institutions, ideas, interests, actors, and the accidents of policy episodes -- pt. II. The distinctive logics of national systems -- Ch. 5. The United States: the logic of the mixed market -- Ch. 6. Britain: the logic of corporatism meets the internal market -- Ch. 7. Canada: the logic of the single-payer system -- Ch. 8. Conclusion.
Looks at the USA, Britain and Canada to offer an international comparative study of public policy systems, as well as a recent history of the evolution of each national health care system. The book explores what drives change and why certain changes occur in some nations and not in others.
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