Los más leídos de 2020 del blog de NeuroEconomix

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Por: Camilo Castañeda

En esta entrada, compartiremos nuestros 5  blogs, 3 infografías y los podcast más leídos, escuchados y preferidos por nuestros seguidores.[:en]

By: Diego Rosselli

As every student in a health economics introductory course learns in the first few days, healthcare provision is a very atypical market. Demand for healthcare behaves in all sorts of particular ways. To quote the Economics Nobel prize winner Kenneth Arrow in his 1963 seminal paper: “The most obvious distinguishing characteristics of an individual’s demand for medical services is that it is not steady in origin as, for example, for food or clothing, but irregular and unpredictable.” (1)[:]

La calidad es lo que cuenta: apreciación crítica de las Evaluaciones Económicas

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Por: Giancarlo Romano

En esta entrada explicamos los elementos centrales a tener en cuenta en la evaluación de calidad de un estudio de evaluación económica. [:en]

By: Diego Rosselli

As every student in a health economics introductory course learns in the first few days, healthcare provision is a very atypical market. Demand for healthcare behaves in all sorts of particular ways. To quote the Economics Nobel prize winner Kenneth Arrow in his 1963 seminal paper: “The most obvious distinguishing characteristics of an individual’s demand for medical services is that it is not steady in origin as, for example, for food or clothing, but irregular and unpredictable.” (1)[:]

Claves para entender los análisis de costo-efectividad y otros tipos de evaluaciones económicas

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Por: Laura Van der Werf

En todas las regiones del mundo existen recursos limitados para la salud y necesidades que aumentan vertiginosamente…[:en]

By: Diego Rosselli

As every student in a health economics introductory course learns in the first few days, healthcare provision is a very atypical market. Demand for healthcare behaves in all sorts of particular ways. To quote the Economics Nobel prize winner Kenneth Arrow in his 1963 seminal paper: “The most obvious distinguishing characteristics of an individual’s demand for medical services is that it is not steady in origin as, for example, for food or clothing, but irregular and unpredictable.” (1)[:]