Inequality and redistribution in health care: analytical issues for developmental social policy
This chapter contends that there is a need for more and better political economy of social policy in the development context, and seeks to contribute to its development. It discusses the problem of achieving and sustaining redistributive health care in contexts of inequality and low incomes. Much of our evidence and specific argument are drawn from the health sector in Africa, and in particular from research on health care markets in Tanzania. We believe however that our arguments have wider resonance for the effort to create effective, context-specific developmental social policy.
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Social Policy in a Development Context
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Social Policy in a Development Context Series