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Bethencourt, C. – Galasso, V. (2008): Political complements in the welfare state: Health care and social security. Journal of Public Economics. 92. 3–4, 609–632. Bevan, G. – Hood, C. (2006

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Barr, N. (2009): A jóléti állam gazdaságtana. Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest. Boncz, I.–Nagy, J.–Sebestyén, A.–Kőrösi L. (2004): Financing of health care services in Hungary. Eur. J. Health Econ Vol

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). Goodman , J. , National Health Care in Great Britain: Lessons for The U.S.A. (The Fisher Institute 1980 ). Hacker , J. S. , The Divided Welfare State (CUP

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Haven, Yale University Press. 34 Van der Schee, E. et al. (2007) Public Trust in Health Care: A Comparison of Germany, the Netherlands, and England and Wales. Health Policy

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Transformational Leadership in Shaping Our Hospice’s Journey to Excellence. Practice Development in Health Care , Vol. 7. No. 3. pp. 134–142. 3 Bampton, R., Cowton, C. J. & Downs, Y

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Reproductive Health of Adolescents in Europe? The European Journal of Contraception & Reproductive Health Care: The Official Journal of the European Society of Contraception , Vol. 13. No. 1. pp. 58

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Interpersonal and Institutional Trust in Political and Health Care Contexts. In: E. Shockley, T. M. S. Neal, L. M. PytlikZillig & B. Bornstein (eds) Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Trust – Towards Theoretical and

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.] 14 Filipe, A., Renedo, A. & Marston, C. (2017) The Co-production of What? Knowledge, Values, and Social Relations in Health Care. PLOS Biology , Vol. 15. No. 5. pp. e2001403

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: The impact of loneliness on health care utilization among older adults . American Journal of Public Health , 105 ( 5 ), 1013 – 1019 . 10.2105/AJPH.2014.302427 Handy , F. , Caan , R. A. , Hustinx , L. , Kang , C. , Brudney , J. L. , Haski

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students in medical higher education is high in Hungary, but the proportion of people employed in health care is much lower. The question arises whether the revenue growth at an institutional level is commensurate with the loss at a social level, as other

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