Does the insufficient supply of physicians worsen their urban-rural distribution? A Hiroshima-Nagasaki comparison.

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INTRODUCTION Studies have suggested that a rapid increase in physicians does not necessarily change an urban-rural inequity in their distribution. However, it is unknown whether an insufficient supply of physicians worsens an inequity. Spatial competition and attraction-repulsion hypotheses were applied to the geographic distribution of physicians during a… (More)

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