*Roger Feldman and Bryan Dowd are with the Center for Health Services Research, University of Minnesota. Gail Jensen is with the Hospital Research and Educational Trust, American Hospital Association. This paper was presented at the Annual Western Economic Association International Conference, Seattle, Washington, July 1983. The research was supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, through a subcontract from the Center for Health Policy Studies, Georgetown University. Opinions expressed here are solely those of the authors. Willard Manning's comments on a previous draft are gratefully acknowledged.
WHAT ARE EMPLOYERS DOING TO CREATE A COMPETITIVE MARKET FOR HEALTH CARE IN THE TWIN CITIES?
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Contemporary Economic Policy
Volume 3, Issue 2, pages 69–88, December 1984
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FELDMAN, R., JENSEN, G. and DOWD, B. (1984), WHAT ARE EMPLOYERS DOING TO CREATE A COMPETITIVE MARKET FOR HEALTH CARE IN THE TWIN CITIES?. Contemporary Economic Policy, 3: 69–88. doi: 10.1111/j.1465-7287.1984.tb00798.x
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