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The Resource Banking on health : the world bank and health sector reform in Latin America, Shiri Noy

Banking on health : the world bank and health sector reform in Latin America, Shiri Noy

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Banking on health : the world bank and health sector reform in Latin America
Title
Banking on health
Title remainder
the world bank and health sector reform in Latin America
Statement of responsibility
Shiri Noy
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
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Noy, Shiri
Dewey number
338.433621098
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • World Bank
  • Health care reform
  • Medical economics
  • Neoliberalism
Label
Banking on health : the world bank and health sector reform in Latin America, Shiri Noy
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Acknowledgements; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; Chapter 1 The World Bank, Development, and Health; Introduction; The Puzzle; Global Governance and the Changing Shape of Neoliberalism; The World Bank as Policy Advisor; The Washington Consensus: Word and Deed; A Paradigm Shift? Human Rights, Poverty Reduction, and a Possible Post-Washington Consensus; The World Bank and Health; Tools of Influence: Loans, Conditionality, and Structural Adjustment; Ends and Means: Policy Paradigms, Goals, and Instruments in Health Sector Reform; Paradigmatic Goals: Equity and Efficiency
  • Policy Instruments in Health Sector ReformDecentralization and Deconcentration; Separation of Functions; Performance-Based Financing; Privatization and Private Sector Involvement; Primary Health Care Approach; Targeting; Health, Development, and the State in Latin America; Regional Context; Latin American Health Systems in Historical Perspective; State Capacity and Autonomy in Health; Case Selection; Outline of the Book; References; Chapter 2 Neoliberalism and the World Bank's Changing Approach to Health; Banking in Health: The 1975 Health Sector Policy Paper
  • World Bank Direct Lending in Health: 1980 Health Policy PaperDebt Crisis and Structural Adjustment: World Bank Interventions; Structural Adjustment "with a Human Face"? The Social Dimensions of Adjustment; The 1993 World Development Report: Individualism, Human Capital, and DALYs; The Late 1990s, Early 2000s: Health Outcomes and Systems; The 2004 World Development Report: Pursuing Accountability and a Pro-growth, Pro-poor Agenda; 2005 and Beyond: Back to Basics in Health?; References; Chapter 3 The State of Health in Latin America: Trends and Correlates of Health Expenditures; Introduction
  • BackgroundExtending Welfare State Theories to Latin America; Development and Comparative Health Systems; Globalization, Neoliberalism, International Financial Institutions, and Health Spending; Convergence in Health; Previous Research on Social and Health Spending in Latin America; Data and Measures of Health Expenditures; Health Spending Per Capita; Total Health Spending as a Percent of GDP; Public Spending on Health as a Percent of GDP; Private Spending on Health as a Percent of GDP; Public Health Expenditure as a Percent of Total Health Expenditure
  • Spending on Health as a Percent of Total Government SpendingTrends in Spending; Regression Sample and Method; Expectations; Economic and Demographic Conditions; Political Structure; Economic Globalization; World Bank Loan Conditionality; Regression Results; Economic and Demographic Conditions; Political Structure; Economic Globalization; World Bank Loan Conditionality; Conclusion; Appendix A; References; Chapter 4 Argentina: Mixed Outcomes While Coping with Crisis in a Planner State; Government Autonomy and Capacity in Health in Argentina: The Planner State
Control code
on1004583214
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319617657
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1004583214
Label
Banking on health : the world bank and health sector reform in Latin America, Shiri Noy
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Acknowledgements; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; Chapter 1 The World Bank, Development, and Health; Introduction; The Puzzle; Global Governance and the Changing Shape of Neoliberalism; The World Bank as Policy Advisor; The Washington Consensus: Word and Deed; A Paradigm Shift? Human Rights, Poverty Reduction, and a Possible Post-Washington Consensus; The World Bank and Health; Tools of Influence: Loans, Conditionality, and Structural Adjustment; Ends and Means: Policy Paradigms, Goals, and Instruments in Health Sector Reform; Paradigmatic Goals: Equity and Efficiency
  • Policy Instruments in Health Sector ReformDecentralization and Deconcentration; Separation of Functions; Performance-Based Financing; Privatization and Private Sector Involvement; Primary Health Care Approach; Targeting; Health, Development, and the State in Latin America; Regional Context; Latin American Health Systems in Historical Perspective; State Capacity and Autonomy in Health; Case Selection; Outline of the Book; References; Chapter 2 Neoliberalism and the World Bank's Changing Approach to Health; Banking in Health: The 1975 Health Sector Policy Paper
  • World Bank Direct Lending in Health: 1980 Health Policy PaperDebt Crisis and Structural Adjustment: World Bank Interventions; Structural Adjustment "with a Human Face"? The Social Dimensions of Adjustment; The 1993 World Development Report: Individualism, Human Capital, and DALYs; The Late 1990s, Early 2000s: Health Outcomes and Systems; The 2004 World Development Report: Pursuing Accountability and a Pro-growth, Pro-poor Agenda; 2005 and Beyond: Back to Basics in Health?; References; Chapter 3 The State of Health in Latin America: Trends and Correlates of Health Expenditures; Introduction
  • BackgroundExtending Welfare State Theories to Latin America; Development and Comparative Health Systems; Globalization, Neoliberalism, International Financial Institutions, and Health Spending; Convergence in Health; Previous Research on Social and Health Spending in Latin America; Data and Measures of Health Expenditures; Health Spending Per Capita; Total Health Spending as a Percent of GDP; Public Spending on Health as a Percent of GDP; Private Spending on Health as a Percent of GDP; Public Health Expenditure as a Percent of Total Health Expenditure
  • Spending on Health as a Percent of Total Government SpendingTrends in Spending; Regression Sample and Method; Expectations; Economic and Demographic Conditions; Political Structure; Economic Globalization; World Bank Loan Conditionality; Regression Results; Economic and Demographic Conditions; Political Structure; Economic Globalization; World Bank Loan Conditionality; Conclusion; Appendix A; References; Chapter 4 Argentina: Mixed Outcomes While Coping with Crisis in a Planner State; Government Autonomy and Capacity in Health in Argentina: The Planner State
Control code
on1004583214
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319617657
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1004583214

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