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From Slippery Slopes to Steep Hills: Contrasting Landscapes of Economic Growth and Public Spending for Health

Ajay Tandon, Jewelwayne Cain, Christoph Kurowski, Adrien Dozol, Iryna Postolovska
2020 Social Science and Medicine  
The remainder was largely due to conducive macroeconomic conditions such as economic growth and increases in total public spending.  ...  This note analyzes trends in inflation-adjusted per capita public spending for health vis-à-vis economic growth within and across a sample of 150 countries over the 2000-2017 period.  ...  Globally, when high-income countries are included, levels of per capita public spending for health have increased by more than 60 percent (from US$431 in 2000 to US $708 in 2017) with an annual growth  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2020.113171 pmid:32674847 pmcid:PMC7335632 fatcat:dcpgshpxs5hfjirwvwbtazcaoy

The Primary Care Spend Model: a systems approach to measuring investment in primary care

Robert Baillieu, Michael Kidd, Robert Phillips, Martin Roland, Michael Mueller, David Morgan, Bruce Landon, Jennifer DeVoe, Viviana Martinez-Bianchi, Hong Wang, Rebecca Etz, Chris Koller (+4 others)
2019 BMJ Global Health  
However, disparate definitions result in wide variations in estimates of spending on primary care.  ...  This unifying framework allows a more refined description of services to be included in any estimate of primary care spend and also supports measurement of primary care spending across nations of varying  ...  This may include all public health spending and primary care activities provided to a community by primary healthcare providers (HP), public health officials and community health workers.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjgh-2019-001601 fatcat:gxudrz7unve25fjmqd62gyh7he

Modernization, Globalization, Trends, and Convergence in Health Expenditure in Latin America and the Caribbean

Shiri Noy, Patricia A. McManus
2015 Sociology of Development  
The public share of health spending increased over this time period, with no convergence in the public-private mix.  ...  in public health expenditures.  ...  Therefore, there is an expectation that public expenditures on social Noy and McManus | Modernization, Globalization, Trends, and Convergence  ... 
doi:10.1525/sod.2015.1.2.321 fatcat:z24ytd352vdf3jy53nhw4qwgme

IT Investments in Developing Countries: Editorial Introduction

Narcyz Roztocki, James Pick, Carlos Navarrete
2004 Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries  
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Earlier versions of the papers included in our special section were presented at the Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS 2004) in New York City, August 6-8, 2004.  ...  One of the explanations of this lack of IT-related publication in developing countries could be explained by the lack in spending devoted to research activities.  ...  S-curve, in order to explain the growth in IT spending across different countries.  ... 
doi:10.1002/j.1681-4835.2004.tb00121.x fatcat:p3uimkiipbemvprjtzsxc6pe3e

Page 321 of International Nursing Review Vol. 59, Issue 3 [page]

2012 International Nursing Review  
International Nursing Review 59, 321-330 Background: The incidence and projected rise of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) are a significant global public health threat.  ...  ., & MATEBENI D. (2012) Nurses’ potential to lead in non-communicable disease global crisis.  ... 

Can Soft Power be Bought and Why Does it Matter?

Melissa Nisbett
2021 Arts & International Affairs  
With the right insights, innovations, and partnerships between the public and private sectors, we can help local leaders better understand how to anticipate, plan for, and manage increasing flows of visitors  ...  Travel is booming, but for host countries and cities, generating profits can't live in isolation.  ...  the more each tourist spends the more jobs are supported).  ... 
doi:10.18278/aia.5.2.4 fatcat:vstiokcy2bfevfc5ckazaqaqbq

Faster or slower decarbonization? Policymaker and stakeholder expectations on the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on the global energy transition

Silvia Pianta, Elina Brutschin, Bas van Ruijven, Valentina Bosetti
2021 Energy Research & Social Science  
This is true for OECD and Asian countries, representing approximately 90% of global emissions.  ...  We surveyed over 200 policymakers and stakeholders from 55 different countries to collect climate policy expectations in various sectors and regions in the next five years.  ...  support in the collection of the data for this study.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.erss.2021.102025 pmid:34956837 pmcid:PMC8687395 fatcat:qpw26v5lxfe7lfc44pja7yor5e


Pevcin Primož
Globalization was to an extent beneficial for smaller economies, and it was one of the factors contributing to the rise in the number of countries around the world during the last few decades.  ...  This piece of research would like to add to the development of the discipline of small state studies, in particular to the issue of their vulnerability and changing global economic environment.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This publication is published with the support of the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.  ... 
doi:10.7251/ace2033009p fatcat:qg6lsjvmfncwpn2jmhvdiw4gmy

Foundations of Real-World Economics: What Every Economics Student Needs to Know Routledge

John F. Tomer
2020 Society and Economy  
in government spending.  ...  The book criticizes Keynesianism for advocating government spending as the sole tool to review economic growth and ignoring future consequences of unproductive public spending and high public debt that  ... 
doi:10.1556/204.2020.00006 fatcat:6m3a5yqs5bexbjhs6azwgfupku

Introducing our Publications and Editorial Board

Jill Emery
2013 Insights: The UKSG Journal  
Insights -26(2), July 2013 Introducing our Publications and Editorial Board: Jill Emery  ...  In the past decade, Jill has contributed to the development of electronic resource management in the United States through numerous publications and presentations, and this work has reached a pinnacle  ... 
doi:10.1629/2048-7754.02 fatcat:q6vlfnmuqjdchksauj73finl6y

Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) of the Green New Deal (GND) and European Green Deal (EGD)

Julia M. Puaschunder
2021 Zenodo  
ABSTRACT: Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) is used in the assessment of the performance of projects, institutions and programmes by governments, international organizations, Non-governmental organizations  ...  As the continuous assessment of programmes, M&E grants insights for the controlled evolution of large-scale projects' relevance, effectiveness, efficiency and impact on a grand scale and with a future-oriented  ...  in spending -such as private investment spending, consumer spending, government spending, or spending by foreigners on the country's exports that causes it.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4651251 fatcat:a2gbednxjzcivmtpuswmuqke7e

Inequality of Health Spending and Public Health Outcome in Countries of the WHO's Eastern Mediterranean Regional Office (EMRO)

Ahmadi Ali Mohammad, Assari-Arani Abbas, Meskarpour-Amiri Mohammad
2015 International Journal of Travel Medicine and Global Health  
There are little attention about health spending and public health outcomes especially in the WHO's Eastern Mediterranean Region.  ...  This paper presents an overview on health spending and public health outcomes in the WHO Eastern Mediterranean countries during 1995-2011.  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to thank all those who helped us in order to prepare this paper. Authors' Contributions All the authors were involved in every stage of this study.  ... 
doi:10.20286/ijtmgh-030479 fatcat:twqu6vrfobeg5cpczqzdacdhwy

Global pharmaceutical market: key trends
Мировой фармацевтический рынок: ключевые тренды

Julia Prozherina, Remedium
2019 Remedium Journal about the Russian market of medicines and medical equipment  
The global outlook for medicine use and spending is a much-watched barometer for the results of these 'negotiations' and provides insights into the prospects of life sciences companies, insurers, and the  ...  The impact of new drug launches and biosimilars are assessed, as well as growth in the use of specialty medicines and its drivers.  ...  the global health sector with objective insights into healthcare dynamics.  ... 
doi:10.21518/1561-5936-2019-6-30-32 fatcat:hiwnupfuwbekvdpamejyle474i

Future Trends in Digital Libraries and Scientific Communications

Gaby Appleton
2014 Procedia Computer Science  
Growth in R&D spending drives number of researchers and research activity. In Italy, R&D spending growth is slower than global average, but is Italy is a highly productive research nation.  ...  Key trends in research information include more articles published as a result of more R&D spend and more researchers; rapid growth of open access over the past decade but remaining a small proportion  ...  Growth in R&D spending drives number of researchers and research activity Global expenditure on Research & Development (R&D) has consistently risen in real terms over many years.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2014.10.004 fatcat:ak526ts2avfctlkpa5pbuph77i

Revising Fiscal Policy and Growth in Saudi Arabia

Janelle Mann, Peter Sephton
2015 Journal of Reviews on Global Economics  
This article empirically investigates how private investment and different categories of public expenditure (defense, education, health care, and housing) impact real non-oil GDP in Saudi Arabia.  ...  We find that public expenditures on health care and defense have decreased real non-oil GDP while public expenditure on education and housing have very little impact.  ...  Journal of Reviews on Global Economics, 2015, Vol. 4 Journal of Reviews on Global Economics, 2015, Vol. 4  ... 
doi:10.6000/1929-7092.2015.04.13 fatcat:kiduji7bbfcbbbabchppaed2ni
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