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Disinvesting in Health

Disinvesting in Health
The World Bank's Prescriptions for Health

Edited by:
  • Mohan Rao - Jawaharlal Nehru University, India

August 1999 | 240 pages | SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd
Disinvesting in Health critically analyses the implications of the Structural Adjustment Programme (SAP) adopted by India in the 1990's which advocates the reduction of state involvement in social sectors. This study focuses on implications for health policies and programmes in India.

Mohan Rao
Prabhat Patnaik
The Political Economy of Structural Adjustment
A Note  
Niraja Gopal Jayal
The Gentle Leviathan
Welfare and the Indian State  
Imrana Qadeer
The World Development Report 1993
The Brave New World of Primary Health Care  
Nata Duvvury
Gender Implications of New Economic Policies
Mohan Rao
The Structural Adjustment Programme and the World Development Report 1993
Implications for Family Planning in India  
A K Shiva Kumar
The Formulation of India's Health Policy
A Note on Equity  
K Seeta Prabhu
Structural Adjustment and the Health Sector in India
Rama V Baru
The Structure and Utilisation of Health Services
An Inter-State Analysis  
Amit Sen Gupta
Infrastructure Development in Health Care and the Pharmaceutical Industry
Implications of the World Development Report 1993  
K R Nayar
The New Era of Growth
An Epitaph to the Environment  
Arti Sawhney
Women's Empowerment and Health Experiences from Rajasthan
N H Antia
A Prescription for Health Disaster
K V Narayana
Limits to Technical Interventions in Health Care
An Analysis of Historical Experiences in Health Improvement  
T N Krishnan
Access to Health and the Burden of Treatment in India
An Inter-State Comparison  

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ISBN: 9780761993476