Qualitative Methods for Health Economics
Rowman & Littlefield, Jul 10, 2017 - Social Science - 320 pages
Qualitative methods are increasingly used within health economics research, but there is almost no specific material to guide the use of these methods in this context; there is very little that links them to the specific questions that (health) economists ask or that provides guidance on analyzing from an ‘economic’ or ‘resource-focused’ perspective.
Whilst the main themes within the book will look very similar to those in many other texts on qualitative research methods, they will:
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