The Art of Saying No : The Economics and Ethics of Healthcare Rationing

  title={The Art of Saying No : The Economics and Ethics of Healthcare Rationing},
  author={Gustav Tingh{\"o}g},
The thesis is based on the following four papers: I. Individual Responsibility for What? – A Conceptual Framework for Exploring the Suitability of Private Financing in a Publicly Funded Health-Care System (G. Tinghög, C. H. Lyttkens and P. Carlsson) II. Discounting, Preferences, and Paternalism in Cost-Effectiveness Analysis (G. Tinghög) III. Incentivizing Deceased Organ Donation: a Swedish Priority Setting Perspective (F. Omar, G. Tinghög and S. Wellin) IV. Horizontal Inequality when Rationing… CONTINUE READING

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