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Nov 19 2017 Nicolas Yol
  The ambiguous effects of remittances on health expenditure: a panel data analysis
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Sep 27 2017 Eugene Kouassi , Gnoudentiho G Silue , Oluyele Akinkugbe and Jean Marcelin B Brou
  Health expenditures and Income with Nonstationary Panel Data: Evidence from ECOWAS Member Countries
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Sep 27 2017 Claudiu T Albulescu , Cornel Oros and Aviral K Tiwari
  Is there any convergence in health expenditures across EU countries?
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Jun 05 2017 Komivi Afawubo and Mawuli kodjovi Couchoro
  Do remittances enhance the economic growth effect of private health expenditures in West African Economic and Monetary Union?
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Aug 24 2016 Karim Barkat , Zouhair Mrabet and Mouyad Alsamara
  Does Official Development Assistance for health from developed countries displace government health expenditure in Sub-Saharan countries?
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May 14 2015 Arnaud Chéron , Pierre-jean Messe and Jerome Ronchetti
  Employer-provided health insurance and equilibrium wages with two-sided heterogeneity
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Jul 12 2014 Raffaele Lagravinese and Massimo Paradiso
  Corruption and health expenditure in Italian Regions
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Jan 06 2010 Nejat Anbarci and Mustafa Caglayan
  Do institutions, inequality and cultural differences affect cadaveric versus live-kidney harvesting?
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Apr 09 2007 Onur Baser
  Propensity Score Matching with Limited Overlap
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Aug 21 2003 Kei Hosoya
  Tax financed government health expenditure and growth with capital deepening externality
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