5 edition of Efficiency, Stability, and Equity found in the catalog.
February 11, 1988
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||208|
Equity and efficiency of primary health care resource allocation in mainland China Yue Zhang1,2, Qian Wang1,2, Tian Jiang3 and Jian Wang1,2* Abstract Background: China had proposed the unification of equity and efficiency since the launch of the Cited by: striving for efficiency, equity and quality "This thoughtful and comprehensive book represents the best work I have seen on the current situation concerning medication policies in the EU. It is not just that this is a very up-to-date compendium of facts the book is also strong on analysis of those facts." Jerry Avorn, Harvard Medical School.
We have shown in this paper that there is a poor chance under the purely neoclassical economic regime for simultaneously realizing the optimal goals of manpower policies, namely maximizing economic efficiency (allocative goal), distributive equity (X-efficiency goal) and price stability (economic stabilization goal). Consequently, both theory and evidence Cited by: 2. Assessing financial system stability, efficiency and structure at the Bank of England Andrew G Haldane, Glenn Hoggarth and Victoria Saporta1 1. Introduction Financial stability is concerned with an economy’s saving-investment nexus. Deviations from the optimal saving-investment plan generate a welfare cost. These deviations may arise from.
A big issue in economics is the tradeoff between efficiency and equity. Efficiency is concerned with the optimal production and allocation of resources given existing factors of production. For example, producing at the lowest cost. See: Different types of efficiency Equity is concerned with how resources are distributed throughout society.; Vertical equity is concerned . financed by equity there are $ of assets finance by debt. Two additional measures that are sometimes reported are the equity-asset ratio and the equity multiplier. The equity-asset ratio is defined as E/A and simply expresses the percentage of assets financed by equity funds. The equity multiplier is defined as A/E and measures the number File Size: KB.
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• Explored the similarities and differences between equity, efficiency and effectiveness. Abstract Health is perceived as most precious good, and people feel its vulnerability. Equity, Efficiency, and Stability the cost of health insurance, then it is extremely unlikely that the government would choose to give a higher subsidy in good economic times and a lower subsidy in recessions.
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Result Simple equity standards were superior to more complex ones, even though the latter might be economically more relevant. Result Equity based on quantity (input) and return (output) was most successful and received a hit rate of almost i Brand: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. We now turn from efficiency to stability aspec ts and begin with a brief review of arg uments that suggest, in principle, a positive role of institutional investors on capital market : E.
Philip Davis. Equity-Efficiency Tradeoff: An equity-efficiency tradeoff exists whenever activity in a given market may simultaneously increase productive efficiency and decrease distributive equity, Author: Will Kenton.
School Choice, Equity, and Efficiency 3 tion of education opportunities, the second part of the book examines some related concerns.
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Oxford University Press. Paperback. GOOD. Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text. Possible ex library copy, will have the. Get this from a library. Equity, efficiency, and evolutionary stability in bargaining games with joint production.
[Manfred Königstein] -- The book reports experimental studies and a theoretical investigation of non-cooperative bargaining games with joint production.
Such games have rarely been studied within laboratory experiments. Efficiency, Effectiveness and Equity in Public Administration. Speech by Pru Goward Sex Discrimination Commissioner, Institute of Public Administration National Conference, Wrest Point Conference Centre, Sandy Bay Road, Sandy Bay, Tasmania, Friday 4 November Equity Multiplier: The equity multiplier is calculated by dividing a company's total asset value by total net equity, and it measures financial leverage.
Companies finance their operations with. equity concerns the distribution of resources and is inevitably linked with concepts of fairness and social justice. The goal is to identify those circumstances under which equity and efficien-cy may not trade-off against each other.
The topic of analysis is the possible reconciliation of equity and efficiency among social and employment policy.
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The Trade-off between Efficiency & Equity •Without market failures, a free market is Pareto efficient •But the distribution of income may still be undesirable –Role of govt activity •Evaluation of public policy –Balance between economic efficiency and distribution of income: trade-off.
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27 terms. A more popular version of the same story appeared in the widely read book The Spirit Level by Wilkinson and Pickett (). Such findings seem to run counter to standard reasoning in economic textbooks pointing to a trade-off between economic performance and income equality (or efficiency and equity in the economics jargon).