Healthcare: how competition can improve management quality and save lives
Nicholas Bloom () and
John van Reenen ()
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NHS hospitals in England are rarely closed in constituencies where the governing party has a slender majority. This means that for near random reasons, those parts of the country have more competition in healthcare - which has allowed Nicholas Bloom and John Van Reenen to assess its impact on management quality and clinical performance.
Keywords: management; hospitals; competition; productivity (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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