- Title Pages
- 1 Introduction
- 2 To Find the Answer, One Must Know the Question: Health Economics and Public Policy
- 3 Health Capital: Theory and Empirical Evidence
- 4 What We Know and Don’t Know about the Effects of Cost Sharing on the Demand for Medical Care—and So What?
- 5 Adverse Selection and Moral Hazard: Implications for Health Insurance Markets
- 6 Direct-to-Consumer Advertising in Health Care: An Overview of Economic Issues
- 7 <i>Reefer Madness</i>, Frank the Tank, or <i>Pretty Woman</i>: To What Extent Do Addictive Behaviors Respond to Incentives?
- 8 Medical Career Choices and Rates of Return
- 9 The Effects of Incentives on Pharmaceutical Innovation
- 10 Physician Fees and Behavior: Implications for Structuring a Fee Schedule
- 11 Physician Pay for Performance: Alternative Perspectives
- 12 Competition, Information Provision, and Hospital Quality
- 13 Summing Up
- Incentives and Choice in Health Care
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