Macro Economy and Health in India
Venkatanarayana Motkuri and
Amir Ullah Khan
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This paper setting the health in the macroeconomic framework discusses how health is being neglected in the Indian state policy making where it has not been drawn required policy attention and priority in resource allocation. It also focuses on where health institutions failed, where policy went wrong and how adequate care was not taken in setting goals, identifying the solutions and monitoring progress. Inadequate policy attention towards sporadic interventions in pricing, health financing issues and the all important concern over the lack of trained health sector resources are a few of the major issues that define where India went wrong in tackling the health sector.
Keywords: Health and Economy; Health (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: I00 I15 I18 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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