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    • Preferences for hospital quality in Zambia: results from a discrete choice experiment 

      Hanson, Kara; McPake, Barbara; Nakamba, Pamela; Archard, Luke (Wiley InterScience, 2004-12-24)
      This study reports on the results of a discrete choice experiment undertaken in Zambia to assess the factors influencing the demand for hospital care in Zambia, in particular the role of (perceived) quality and trade-offs ...
    • Competing for business? Improving hospital services in Zambia with market forces 

      Nakamba, Pamela; Hanson, Kara; McPake, Barbara (UK Department for International Development, 2003-04-10)
      Does competition improve hospital services? Do market forces in healthcare benefit the poorest members of society? Reforms which involve exposing hospitals to market forces are being introduced in many developing countries. ...
    • Markets for hospital services in Zambia 

      Nakamba, Pamela; Hanson, Kara; McPake, Barbara (Wiley InterScience, 2002-08-09)
      Hospital reforms involving the introduction of measures to increase competition in hospital markets are being implemented in a range of low and middle-income countries. However, little is understood about the operation of ...
    • Country case study: Zambia 

      Nakamba, Pamela; Hongoro, Charles; McPake, Barbara; Hanson, Kara; Branedal Sund, B. (Nordic School of Public Health, 2002)