Fiscal space for domestic funding of health and other social services.

  title={Fiscal space for domestic funding of health and other social services.},
  author={Filip Meheus and Di Mcintyre},
  journal={Health economics, policy, and law},
  volume={12 2},
To progress toward universal health coverage and promote inclusive social and economic development, it will be necessary to strengthen domestic resource mobilization for health. In this paper, we examine options for increasing domestic government revenue in low- and middle-income countries. We analyze the relationship between level of economic development and levels of government revenue and expenditure, and show that a country's level of economic development does not predetermine its spending… CONTINUE READING
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