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Health Economics Review

Health Economics Review

Editor-in-Chief: J.-Matthias Graf von der Schulenburg

ISSN: 2191-1991 (electronic version)

Journal no. 13561

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  • Presents a combination of theoretical research, empirical studies, and health policy discussion
  • Benefits both practitioners and researchers in the field

Health Economics Review (HER) is a peer-reviewed open access journal published under the brand SpringerOpen. It is a new international journal covering all fields of Health Economics. Its contents include a broad range of the highest-quality theoretical contributions, empirical studies and analyses of health policy with a health economic focus. The scope of HER extends to the macro- and microeconomics of health care financing, health insurance and reimbursement, as well as health economic evaluation, health services research and health policy analysis. Additional topics addressed include the individual and institutional aspects of health care management and the growing importance of health care in developing countries.

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    Health Economics Review (HER) is an international high-quality journal covering all fields of Health Economics. A broad range of theoretical contributions, empirical studies and analyses of health policy with a health economic focus will be considered for publication. Its scope includes macro- and microeconomics of health care financing, health insurance and reimbursement as well as health economic evaluation, health services research and health policy analysis. Further research topics are the individual and institutional aspects of health care management and the growing importance of health care in developing countries.
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