Health Policy and High-tech Industrial Development: Learning from Innovation in the Health Industry

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Marco R. Di Tommaso, Stuart O. Schweitzer
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2005 - Business & Economics - 285 pages
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Health economists should consider the advantages of viewing a country's health system not only as a unique industry that produces both health care and high-technology goods and services, but that it also possess the ability to stimulate development of
 

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Contents

The Health Industry Model new roles for the health industry
17
THE MACRO VIEW
43
Healthy governance economic policy and the Health Industry Model
45
Control competition and cooperation in European health systems points of contact between health policy and industrial policy
59
A hedonic model of pricing of innovative pharmaceuticals
77
THE MICRO VIEW
101
Recent developments in universities regarding intellectual capital and intellectual property
103
Intangible assets in the European health industry the case of the pharmaceutical sector
125
THE INTERMEDIATE VIEW
169
The geography of intangibles the case of the health industry
171
Clustering in the biotechnology industry
206
Spillovers of university hightech industry alliances
220
Multinational enterprises and hightech clusters in the health industry some preliminary results in Italy
233
Hightechnology clusters in France two unusual models an empiric study
258
Index
279
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Benchmarking hospital costs in the UK increasing efficiency and driving innovation in a health care industry?
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