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Impacts of subsidy policies on vaccination decisions in contact networks
Physical Review E
To motivate more people to participate in vaccination campaigns, various subsidy policies are often supplied by government and the health sectors. However, these external incentives may also alter the vaccination decisions of the broader public, and hence the choice of incentive needs to be carefully considered. Since human behavior and the networking-constrained interactions among individuals significantly impact the evolution of an epidemic, here we consider the voluntary vaccination on humandoi:10.1103/physreve.88.012813 pmid:23944524 fatcat:qmabaalioff7bonoysmhbwq6w4