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William S. Comanor and Stuart O. Schweitzer

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William S. Comanor and Stuart O. Schweitzer

Pharmaceutical Economics begins with an investigation of the structure of the industry and its three main components: the research firms which produce innovative products; the generic drug industry and its expanding role; and the biotech industry, which is regarded as the future for pharmaceuticals. Further sections discuss topics including demand and incentives, pricing and regulation.
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William S. Comanor and Stuart O. Schweitzer

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William S. Comanor, Stuart O. Schweitzer and Karleen Giannitrapani

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Sue Llewellyn and Deryl Northcott

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Stuart O. Schweitzer, Judith Connell and Fredrick P. Schoenberg

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Marco R. Di Tommaso, Daniele Paci and Stuart O. Schweitzer

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Stuart O. Schweitzer and Marco R. Di Tommaso

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Health Policy and High-Tech Industrial Development

Learning from Innovation in the Health Industry

Edited by Marco R. Di Tommaso and Stuart O. Schweitzer

By weaving together the fields of health economics, industrial organisation and industrial development, this book describes the benefits of promoting a country’s health industry as a way of stimulating its high-technology industrial capacity. The authors illustrate that the development of a country’s health industry not only improves the country’s health status, but also promotes an industry with relatively stable, high-wage employment, creates the potential for exporting goods and services, and produces scientific spillovers that will favourably impact other high-technology industries.