Public health expenditures, taxation, and growth
Bebonchu Atems ()
Health Economics, 2019, vol. 28, issue 9, 1146-1150
This note studies the empirical link between public health expenditures and growth using a dynamic panel data model and U.S. state‐level data over the period 1963–2015. We find a positive relationship between public health expenditures and growth, even after controlling for the offsetting impacts of the requisite taxation and the government budget constraint.
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