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我国西部农村地区社会医疗保险的政府供给研究 (2007) (?)

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ISBN: 9787010068909 (?) or 7010068909, unknown language, 267 pages, 人民出版社, New

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《我国西部农村地区社会医疗保险的政府供给研究》主要内容:西部农村地区是我国人均收入 区域,西部农民面临着严峻的社会医疗保险供给任务,当前的新型农村合作医疗制度在试点的过程中已经取得了非常突出的成绩,但同时也暴露出不少的问题,应当及时地加以干预和解决。在界定西部农村地区社会医疗保险概念与公共产品属性的基础上,《我国西部农村地区社会医疗保险的政府供给研究》运用实证分析与规范分析相结合、定性分析与定量分析相结合、幽默交分析与个案分析相结合、实地调查与文献分析相结合的方法,通过对大量的数据资料及实地调查资料的分与研究,探讨了政府供给西部农村地区社会医疗保险的理论依据,总结了我国西部农村地区社会医疗保险政府供给中存在的问题,并提出了相应的对策建议。, 平装, 版: 第1版, 标签: 人民出版社, 人民出版社, 产品组: Book, 出版: 2007-10-01, 工作室: 人民出版社, 销售排名: 2842733
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ISBN (alternative notations): 7-01-006890-9, 978-7-01-006890-9
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