18 Dec 2007

Health and Morbidity in Hungary

Edit Remák / Robert I. Gal / Renáta Németh

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European Network of Economic Policy Research Institutes (ENEPRI) Policy Brief No. 2 / 12 pages

This paper extracts the policy implications from ENEPRI Research Report Nos. 28, entitled Health and Morbidity in the Accession Countries: Country Report – Hungary. The research was carried out under Work Package II of the AHEAD Project (Ageing, Health Status and Determinants of Health Expenditure) for the European Commission.

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