The Impact of the Global Financial Crisis on Public Health Expenditures in the Economies of the Former Soviet Union
No 9, CASE Network E-briefs from CASE-Center for Social and Economic Research
The financial crisis strongly affected the countries of the former Soviet Union1 (FSU) in 2008-2009. All of the countries experienced either a recession or a considerable slowdown in growth. Under such conditions, public expenditures on health were at risk of being cut. This brief explores whether or not this actually happened and why or why not.
Keywords: Global Financial Crisis; economy; Public Health Expenditures; Former Soviet Union (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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