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educational national (Malfunctions in the national education system) . Cluj-Napoca : Presa Universitară Clujeană . Haivas , I. ( 2010 ): Health Care in Romania: Fighting

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Acta Oeconomica
Authors: GheorghiŢa Dincă, Marius Sorin Dincă, and Maria LetiŢia Andronic

. D. ( 2014 ): Estimating the Technical Efficiency of Health Care Systems: A Cross-Country Comparison Using the Directional Distance Function . European Journal of Operational Research – EJOR , 238 : 899 – 910 . 10.1016/j.ejor.2014

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taxes on the fewer workers and on those with high incomes, to finance public spending, for both health care and pensions, and for facilities for the aged. The growth in the dependency ratio is likely to become a major negative factor for economic growth

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contractionary phase of the cycles. To carry out an endogeneity test, two variables of fixed telephone lines (TL) per 100 people in the selected countries and private health care (HE) spending are introduced. Similarly, the Real Interest Rate ( RIR ) and

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restrictions ( IMF 2016 ). Orbán played the role of the liberator and saviour of the country. In disguise of this role, Orbán had introduced new sectoral taxes, which had amounted 2% of the GDP, while public expenditure items (from pension to health care, from

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Acta Oeconomica
Authors: Tatjana Horvat, Philipp Mayrleitner, Romana Korez Vide, and Vito Bobek

reasoned by a logical conclusion. The higher the available national incomes of a country, the more capital is available to be invested into the health care system, education, and other institutions, uplifting the level of well-being of the population. But

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Acta Oeconomica
Authors: Ivan Vujačić, Jelica Petrović-Vujačić, Svetozar Tanasković, and Marko Miljković

type of free national health care program. Using HDI as a development indicator, Konya – Guisan (2008) confirmed the presence of β and σ convergence between the countries that were part of the EU before the 2004 enlargement and for the EU-25 in

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remarkable. It is known that health expenditures increase the productivity of the labor force and provide long-term returns. Health care, not only benefits labor productivity but also helps savings in future health expenditures as a result of

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significant trend of centralisation can be observed in the division of tasks: county governments essentially no longer perform public service tasks, while such tasks have been withdrawn from local governments to a significant extent (e.g. education, health

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currency: rather than for revenue). In the USA, these policies may also include national health care and tuition-free higher education, which are already implemented in many OECD nations. Because these latter are already common elsewhere and well understood

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