Affiliation: University of Cambridge
- Pharmaceutical lobbying under postcommunism: universal or country-specific methods of securing state drug reimbursement in Poland?Piotr Ozierański
Department of Sociology, University of Cambridge, Free School Lane, Cambridge, UK
Health Econ Policy Law 7:175-95. 2012..Pharmaceutical lobbying methods in Poland clearly resemble those used in other European countries. What is notable about the Polish case is extensive reliance on informal lobbying and diplomatic pressure...
- The political economy of farmers' suicides in India: indebted cash-crop farmers with marginal landholdings explain state-level variation in suicide ratesJonathan Kennedy
Department of Sociology, University of Cambridge, Free School Lane, Cambridge, CB2 3RQ, UK
Global Health 10:16. 2014..The recent Lancet study, however, contends that there is no evidence to support this hypothesis...
- Rapid large-scale privatization and death rates in ex-communist countries: an analysis of stress-related and health system mechanismsLawrence King
Department of Sociology, Free School Lane, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Int J Health Serv 39:461-89. 2009....
- The impact of IMF conditionality on government health expenditure: A cross-national analysis of 16 West African nationsThomas Stubbs
Department of Sociology, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom School of Social Sciences, University of Waikato, New Zealand Electronic address
Soc Sci Med . 2016..248 percent (95% CI -0.435 to -0.060). Overall, our findings suggest that IMF conditionality impedes progress toward the attainment of universal health coverage...
- Mass privatisation and the post-communist mortality crisis: a cross-national analysisDavid Stuckler
University of Cambridge, Department of Sociology, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Cambridge, UK
Lancet 373:399-407. 2009..We investigated whether mass privatisation can account for differences in adult mortality rates in such countries...