Willingness to pay methods in health care: a sceptical view.

Abstract

Recently, several experts in stated preference willingness to pay (WTP) methods have advocated greater use of these methods to facilitate cost–benefit analysis in health care [1–3]. The suggestion is that health economics lags behind other areas of economics that have embraced these methods, in particular environmental economics. A small but growing number… (More)

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