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EASTERN JOURNAL OF EUROPEAN STUDIES
are significantly more likely to make extra informal payments or to give valuable gifts to medical practitioners or to make a hospital donation additional to the official fees. Women are more likely to make informal payments for healthcare services whilst unemployed patients or those never or almost never having difficulties in paying bills are less likely to make informal payments. The implications of the findings are then explored, displaying the population groups and spaces that needfatcat:3kyqjqsocbcd5lpbr4yjipvixu