Money for nothing: The dire straits of medical practice in Delhi, India [An article from: Journal of Development Economics] Reviews
Money for nothing: The dire straits of medical practice in Delhi, India [An article from: Journal of Development Economics]
This digital document is a journal article from Journal of Development Economics, published by Elsevier in 2007. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Media Library immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.
The quality of medical care received by patients varies for two reasons: differences in doctors’ competence or differences in doctors’ practice. Using medical vignettes, we evaluated competence for a sample of doctors in Delhi. One month later, we observed the same doctors in their practice. We find three patterns in the data. First, doctors do less than what they know they should do. Second, the more competent the doctor, the greater the effort exerted
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Author: Gale Reference Team
Publication: Mississippi Business Journal (Magazine/Journal)
Date: December 29, 2008
Publisher: Dolan Media Company
Volume: 30 Issue: 52 Page: 146(1)
Distributed by Gale, a part of Cengage Learning
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Indian Sikhs are perhaps the least known of Italy’s ethnic minorities. But the country is dependent upon them for their cheese production. Several thousand Indians have taken up residence in the Po Valley, where they tend to the cows whose milk is used to produce Italy’s famous Reggiano parmesan cheese. One of Europe’s largest Sikh temples is located in the town of Novellara.
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