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  Volume 26, Number 5, October 2001

Table of Contents

From: Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law

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Special Issue: Kenneth Arrow and the Changing Economics of Health Care

Editor's Note: Kenneth Arrow and the Changing Economics of Health Care

pp. 823-828



pp. 829-834

Kenneth Arrow and the Changing Economics of Health Care: "Why Arrow? Why Now?"

pp. 835-849

Uncertainty and the Welfare Economics of Medical Care (American Economic Review, 1963)

pp. 851-883

Part 1: Supply, Demand, and Health Care Competition

General Equilibrium and Marketability in the Health Care Industry

pp. 885-897

Arrow's Concept of the Health Care Consumer: A Forty-Year Retrospective

pp. 899-911

Uncertainty and Technological Change in Medicine

pp. 913-924

Human Inputs: The Health Care Workforce and Medical Markets

pp. 925-938

Health Care as a (Big) Business: The Antitrust Response

pp. 939-955

Part 2: Risk, Insurance, and Redistribution

Health Insurance and Market Failure since Arrow

pp. 957-965

Can Efficiency in Health Care Be Left to the Market?

pp. 967-992

Valuing Charity

pp. 993-1001

Medical Service Risk and the Evolution of Provider Compensation Arrangements

pp. 1003-1018

The Role of the Capital Markets in Restructuring Health Care

pp. 1019-1030

Part 3: Information, Knowledge, and Medical Markets

Arrow and the Information Market Failure in Health Care: The Changing Content and Sources of Health Care Information

pp. 1031-1044

The End of Asymmetric Information

pp. 1045-1053

Managing Uncertainty: Intermediate Organizations as Triple Agents

pp. 1055-1068

Moral Hazard vs. Real Hazard: Quality of Care Post-Arrow

pp. 1069-1079

Part 4: Social Norms and Professionalism

Arrow's Analysis of Social Institutions: Entering the Marketplace with Giving Hands?

pp. 1081-1097

The Market for Medical Ethics

pp. 1099-1112

The Role of Nonprofits in Health Care

pp. 1113-1130

Arrow on Trust

pp. 1131-1144

From Trust to Political Power: Interest Groups, Public Choice, and Health Care

pp. 1145-1163

Regulating Health Care: From Self-Regulation to Self-Regulation?

pp. 1165-1177

The Lawyerization of Medicine

pp. 1179-1195

Part 5: Response by Professor Arrow

Reflections on the Reflections

pp. 1197-1203


pp. 1209-1214

Research Areas


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