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To view older items, please go to the news page|. 3rd ILPN Conference on Evidence-based Policy in Long-Term Care: Where Next for Long-Term Care Reform? ... Following the success of the first two conferences in 2010 and 2012, this ILPN conference offers
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Lora Dimitrova, has received a $15, 000 Coller Institute of Venture ( CIV) research grant| for their paper 'Corporate venture capital and productivity in pharmaceutical-biotechnology companies'. ... Professor Charles Goodhart, former member of the BoE
An overview of pharmaceutical policy in four...
The regulation of pharmaceutical markets is an important policy concern in many countries, and is generally undertaken with cost containment, efficiency, quality and equity objectives in mind. This article presents an overview of the demand-side and
Pharmaceutical policy reform in the Russian federation...
Of Russia's 142 million citizens, fewer than 20 million are enrolled in outpatient drug coverage plans. The current government aims to establish universal health insurance including outpatient medicines. Based on the current political and regulatory
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More information here|. PhD student Nuno Palma was given the 'Best Paper' award at the 13th Annual Globalisation and Economic Policy Postgraduate Conference, The University of Nottingham|.
Constitutional asymmetry and pharmaceutical...
This paper offers a theoretical perspective on pharmaceutical policy-making in the European Union, and shows the lack of a single European market in medicines to be the result of a clash between the supranational free movement rules and national
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