Category Archives: disease burden

Tackling Non-Communicable Diseases in 2011

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Why Do Development Economists Care About Health? And Why Should Doctors Care About Economics?

MethodLogical’s contributors span a wide range of disciplines, but mine might be the oddest of the bunch. What, you might wonder, does economics have to do with global health? Somewhat surprisingly, the answer is “a whole lot”, and in two distinct … Continue reading

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