La défédéralisation des soins de santé: existe-t-il un consensus dans les revendications flamandes?
Kristian Orsini ()
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During the last decade several Flemish political parties have required the devolution of health insurance. This article analyses the points of view expressed by several actors (health insurance managers, doctors and hospital managers) interviewed by the Flemish Parliamentary Commission for Institutional Reforms (1996-1998). The main conclusion is that the political consensus which seemingly emerged only partially reflects the views expressed in the commission by the main stakeholders.
Keywords: Devolution; Fiscal federalism; Health insurance; Social security; Subsidiarity (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Published in: Reflets et Perspectives de la Vie Economique (2004) v.XLIII nÂ° 3,p.115-127
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