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Disease control priorities in developing countries, second edition (English)

This is the second edition of the original 1993 publication on public health. The purpose of this book is to provide information about what works, specifically, the cost-effectiveness of health interventions in a variety of settings. ... See More +

Publication 41460 JAN 01, 2006

Jamison, Dean T. [editor]; Breman, Joel G. [editor]; Measham, Anthony R. [editor]; Alleyne, George [editor]; Claeson, Mariam [editor]; Evans, David B. [editor]; Jha, Prabhat [editor]; Mills, Ann [editor]; Musgrove, Philip [editor] Disclosed

Public health in the Middle East and North Africa : meeting the challenges of the twenty-first century (English)

This report documents the main highlights and findings from the Middle East Regional Symposium, "Meeting the Public Health Challenges of the 21st Century in the Middle East and North Africa/Eastern Mediterranean Region", held in Beirut in June 2002. ... See More +

Publication 29163 MAY 10, 2004

Salhab, Nisrine; Yartey, Juliana; Rawaf, Salman; Musgrove, Philip; Claeson, Mariam; Kickbusch, Ilona; Jenkins, Carol; Robalino, David; Downing, Andrew; Sadrizadeh, Bijan; Pierre-Louis, Anne M. [editor]; Akala, Francisca Ayodeji [editor]; Karam, Hadia Samaha [editor]

Health economics in development (English)

The papers in this collection span 21 years of thinking and writing about health economics, first at the Pan American Health Organization (1982-1990) and then at the World Bank (1990-2002, including two years, 1999-2001, on secondment to the World Health Organization). ... See More +

Publication 27927 DEC 01, 2003

Musgrove, Philip [editor]

Public health and World Bank operations (Russian)

The twentieth century witnessed greater gains in health, nutrition and population outcomes than at any other time in history. These gains are partly the result of improvements in income and education, with accompanying improvements in nutrition, access to contraceptives, hygiene, housing, water supplies and sanitation. ... See More +

Departmental Working Paper 26522 JAN 01, 2003

Claeson,Mariam; Elmendorf,A. Edward; Miller,Daniel Charles; Musgrove,Philip A.; Preker, Alexander S. [editor] English Disclosed

Public health and World Bank operations (English)

The twentieth century witnessed greater gains in health, nutrition and population outcomes than at any other time in history. These gains are partly the result of improvements in income and education, with accompanying improvements in nutrition, access to contraceptives, hygiene, housing, water supplies and sanitation. ... See More +

Departmental Working Paper 26522 JAN 01, 2003

Claeson,Mariam; Elmendorf,A. Edward; Miller,Daniel Charles; Musgrove,Philip A.; Preker, Alexander S. [editor] Russian Disclosed

The impact of the degree of risk-sharing in health financing on health system attainment (English)

A simple econometric analysis is undertaken concerning the impact of the degree of risk sharing in countries' health financing organization on the goals of the health system, as defined in the World Health Report 2000, i.e., the level of health and its distribution across the population, the level of responsiveness and its distribution across the population, and fair financing. ... See More +

Working Paper 28866 SEP 01, 2001

Carrin, Guy; Zeramdini, Riadh; Musgrove, Philip; Poullier, Jean-Pierre; Valentine, Nicole; Ke Xu

Health care in India : learning from experience : Le sante en Inde : tirer les enseignements du chemin parcouru (French)

Despite the emergence of the World Bank as the leader in the health, nutrition, and population (HNP) sector for developing countries, in India however, (where the Bank invested more in HNP than in any other country) progress, particularly for the poor, has been slow and uneven. ... See More +

Brief 22989 MAR 31, 1999

Ridker, Ronald; Musgrove, Philip English, Spanish

Health care in India : learning from experience : Atencion de salud en la India : el aprendizaje basado en la experiencia (Spanish)

Despite the emergence of the World Bank as the leader in the health, nutrition, and population (HNP) sector for developing countries, in India however, (where the Bank invested more in HNP than in any other country) progress, particularly for the poor, has been slow and uneven. ... See More +

Brief 22989 MAR 31, 1999

Ridker, Ronald; Musgrove, Philip English, French

Health care in India : learning from experience (English)

Despite the emergence of the World Bank as the leader in the health, nutrition, and population (HNP) sector for developing countries, in India however, (where the Bank invested more in HNP than in any other country) progress, particularly for the poor, has been slow and uneven. ... See More +

Brief 22989 MAR 31, 1999

Ridker, Ronald; Musgrove, Philip French, Spanish

Public and private roles in health : theory and financing patterns (English)

The appropriate role of the state in health is complex both in economic theory and in practice. Theory identifies three reasons for state action: (i) public goods or services with large externalities (involving efficiency); (ii) poverty (involving equity); and (iii) failings peculiar to insurance markets for health care (where both inefficiency and inequity arise). ... See More +

Publication WDP339 AUG 31, 1996

Musgrove, Philip

Equitable allocation of ceilings on public investment : a general formula and a Brazilian example in the health sector (English)

Funds for investment (or recurrent expenditure) should often be pre-allocated among competing entities - territorial units, sub-national governments or others-to give substantial weight to population but also to recognize greater per capita needs in some entities that in others. ... See More +

Human Capital Working Paper 16032 AUG 31, 1996

Musgrove, Philip

Public and private roles in health : theory and financing patterns (English)

The appropriate role of the state in health is complex both in economic theory and in practice. Theory identifies three reasons for state action: (i) public goods or services with large externalities (involving efficiency); (ii) poverty (involving equity); and (iii) failings peculiar to insurance markets for health care (where both inefficiency and inequity arise). ... See More +

Working Paper 29290 JUL 01, 1996

Musgrove, Philip

Mismatch of need, demand and supply of services : picturing different ways health systems can go wrong (English)

Human Capital Working Paper 14014 AUG 31, 1995

Musgrove,Philip A. Eligible for Disclosure

Cost-effectiveness and health sector reform (English)

The World Bank's 1993 World Development Report (WDR): Investing in Health makes extensive use of the concept the global burden of disease to measure the state of health of a population and, together with the related concept of cost-effectiveness, to judge which interventions to improve health deserve the highest priority for public action. ... See More +

Human Capital Working Paper 13946 JAN 31, 1995

Musgrove, Philip

The essential package of health services in developing countries (English)

A minimum package of public health and clinical interventions, which are highly cost-effective and deal with major sources of disease burden, could be provided in low-income countries for about $12 per person per year, and in middle-income countries for about $22. ... See More +

Working Paper 67364 OCT 01, 1994

Bobadilla,Jose Luis; Cowley,Peter; Musgrove,Philip A.; Saxenian,Helen Disclosed

World development report 1993 : investing in health (Japanese)

This is the sixteenth in the annual series and examines the interplay between human health, health policy and economic development. Because good health increases the economic productivity of individuals and the economic growth rate of countries, investing in health is one means of accelerating development. ... See More +

World Development Report 12183 OCT 01, 1993

Berkley, Seth; Bobadilla, Jose-Luis; Hecht, Robert; Hill, Kenneth; Jamison, Dean T.; Murray, Christopher J. L.; Musgrove, Philip; Saxenian, Helen; Tan, Jee-Peng English, Arabic, French, Chinese, German, Spanish Disclosed

World development report 1993 : investing in health : Weltentwicklungsbericht 1993 : investitionen in die gesundheit (German)

This is the sixteenth in the annual series and examines the interplay between human health, health policy and economic development. Because good health increases the economic productivity of individuals and the economic growth rate of countries, investing in health is one means of accelerating development. ... See More +

World Development Report 12183 AUG 01, 1993

Berkley, Seth; Bobadilla, Jose-Luis; Hecht, Robert; Hill, Kenneth; Jamison, Dean T.; Murray, Christopher J. L.; Musgrove, Philip; Saxenian, Helen; Tan, Jee-Peng English, Arabic, French, Chinese, Spanish, Japanese Disclosed

World development report 1993 : investing in health : Rapport sur le developpement dans le monde 1993 : investir dans la sante (French)

This is the sixteenth in the annual series and examines the interplay between human health, health policy and economic development. Because good health increases the economic productivity of individuals and the economic growth rate of countries, investing in health is one means of accelerating development. ... See More +

World Development Report 12183 JUL 01, 1993

Berkley, Seth; Bobadilla, Jose-Luis; Hecht, Robert; Hill, Kenneth; Jamison, Dean T.; Murray, Christopher J. L.; Musgrove, Philip; Saxenian, Helen; Tan, Jee-Peng English, Arabic, Chinese, German, Spanish, Japanese Disclosed

World development report 1993 : investing in health (Arabic)

This is the sixteenth in the annual series and examines the interplay between human health, health policy and economic development. Because good health increases the economic productivity of individuals and the economic growth rate of countries, investing in health is one means of accelerating development. ... See More +

World Development Report 12183 JUL 01, 1993

Berkley, Seth; Bobadilla, Jose-Luis; Hecht, Robert; Hill, Kenneth; Jamison, Dean T.; Murray, Christopher J. L.; Musgrove, Philip; Saxenian, Helen; Tan, Jee-Peng English, French, Chinese, German, Spanish, Japanese Disclosed

World development report 1993 : investing in health : Informe sobre el desarrollo mundial 1993 : investir en salud (Spanish)

This is the sixteenth in the annual series and examines the interplay between human health, health policy and economic development. Because good health increases the economic productivity of individuals and the economic growth rate of countries, investing in health is one means of accelerating development. ... See More +

World Development Report 12183 JUL 01, 1993

Berkley, Seth; Bobadilla, Jose-Luis; Hecht, Robert; Hill, Kenneth; Jamison, Dean T.; Murray, Christopher J. L.; Musgrove, Philip; Saxenian, Helen; Tan, Jee-Peng English, Arabic, French, Chinese, German, Japanese Disclosed

Title Document Date Report No. Document Type Also available in
Disease control priorities in developing countries, second edition (English)
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JAN 01, 2006 41460 Publication
Public health in the Middle East and North Africa : meeting the challenges of the twenty-first century (English)
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MAY 10, 2004 29163 Publication
Health economics in development (English)
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DEC 01, 2003 27927 Publication
Public health and World Bank operations (Russian)
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JAN 01, 2003 26522 Departmental Working Paper English
Public health and World Bank operations (English)
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JAN 01, 2003 26522 Departmental Working Paper Russian
The impact of the degree of risk-sharing in health financing on health system attainment (English)
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SEP 01, 2001 28866 Working Paper
Health care in India : learning from experience : Le sante en Inde : tirer les enseignements du chemin parcouru (French)
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MAR 31, 1999 22989 Brief English, Spanish
Health care in India : learning from experience : Atencion de salud en la India : el aprendizaje basado en la experiencia (Spanish)
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MAR 31, 1999 22989 Brief English, French
Health care in India : learning from experience (English)
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MAR 31, 1999 22989 Brief French, Spanish
Public and private roles in health : theory and financing patterns (English)
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AUG 31, 1996 WDP339 Publication
Equitable allocation of ceilings on public investment : a general formula and a Brazilian example in the health sector (English)
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AUG 31, 1996 16032 Human Capital Working Paper
Public and private roles in health : theory and financing patterns (English)
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JUL 01, 1996 29290 Working Paper
Mismatch of need, demand and supply of services : picturing different ways health systems can go wrong (English)
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AUG 31, 1995 14014 Human Capital Working Paper
Cost-effectiveness and health sector reform (English)
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JAN 31, 1995 13946 Human Capital Working Paper
The essential package of health services in developing countries (English)
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OCT 01, 1994 67364 Working Paper
World development report 1993 : investing in health (Japanese)
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OCT 01, 1993 12183 World Development Report English, Arabic, French, Chinese, German, Spanish
World development report 1993 : investing in health : Weltentwicklungsbericht 1993 : investitionen in die gesundheit (German)
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AUG 01, 1993 12183 World Development Report English, Arabic, French, Chinese, Spanish, Japanese
World development report 1993 : investing in health : Rapport sur le developpement dans le monde 1993 : investir dans la sante (French)
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JUL 01, 1993 12183 World Development Report English, Arabic, Chinese, German, Spanish, Japanese
World development report 1993 : investing in health (Arabic)
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JUL 01, 1993 12183 World Development Report English, French, Chinese, German, Spanish, Japanese
World development report 1993 : investing in health : Informe sobre el desarrollo mundial 1993 : investir en salud (Spanish)
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JUL 01, 1993 12183 World Development Report English, Arabic, French, Chinese, German, Japanese