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.1108/01437739910302524 Lok , P. – Rhodes , J. – Westwood , B. ( 2011 ): The Mediating Role of Organizational Subcultures in Health Care

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three adults in America belongs to the Millennial generation and 50 percent of the workforce was forecasted to be composed of its members in 2020 ( U.S. Census Bureau 2013 ). Any group of that size has the potential to transform health care, education

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are known to employ workers in occupations requiring low skill level. Such sectors (which are also known as employing many migrant workers) are construction, agriculture, transport, health care, domestic care, etc. As can be seen from Table 2 , in

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continuous trade deficits and a narrow tax base, Ethiopia could no longer generate enough revenue to service foreign debts. That means the debt service obligation could only be met by reducing expenditures in priority areas such as education, health care

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.9 Poland 11.2 Russia 9.1 Slovakia 8.6 Slovenia 10.9 OECD average 8.8 Source : OECD (2019a , Table 8.5, p. 203). China also spends less from public sources on health care than the CEE and European FSU countries ( Figure 4 ). However, its domestic GG health

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