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Nordic Health Care Systems: Recent Reforms and Current Policy Challenges (review)

Nordic Health Care Systems: Recent Reforms and Current Policy Challenges (review) Scandinavian Studies Scandinavian countries. Nevertheless, one critique of the structure of the bibliography must be noted: some works mentioned in the book notes are not included in the bibliography. For example, an article by Florin Curta discussed in note 1 on page 18 as well as the general work used to develop the concept of accommodation in the social sciences found in notes 2 and 3 on page 35 are both absent. If the author did not want to include works less germaine to his topic, it might have been worth explaining that choice in an introductory note to the bibliography. No doubt, Pierre Bauduin will be remembered as the historian who renewed our view of the Franco-Viking interactions in the Frankish world. Le Monde franc et les Vikings, VIIIe ­Xe siècle deserves to find a place on the bookshelf of every medievalist, and not only those in the limited field of Scandinavian studies. An English translation might also be useful to attract a wider international readership. Grégory Cattaneo University of Paris Sorbonne IV and University of Iceland (The preceding review by Grégory Cattaneo represents the fully edited version of this review. See Scandinavian Studies 83.3: 440­5.) Jon http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Scandinavian Studies Society for the Advancement of Scandinavian Study

Nordic Health Care Systems: Recent Reforms and Current Policy Challenges (review)

Scandinavian Studies , Volume 84 (1) – Oct 11, 2012

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Scandinavian Studies Scandinavian countries. Nevertheless, one critique of the structure of the bibliography must be noted: some works mentioned in the book notes are not included in the bibliography. For example, an article by Florin Curta discussed in note 1 on page 18 as well as the general work used to develop the concept of accommodation in the social sciences found in notes 2 and 3 on page 35 are both absent. If the author did not want to include works less germaine to his topic, it might have been worth explaining that choice in an introductory note to the bibliography. No doubt, Pierre Bauduin will be remembered as the historian who renewed our view of the Franco-Viking interactions in the Frankish world. Le Monde franc et les Vikings, VIIIe ­Xe siècle deserves to find a place on the bookshelf of every medievalist, and not only those in the limited field of Scandinavian studies. An English translation might also be useful to attract a wider international readership. Grégory Cattaneo University of Paris Sorbonne IV and University of Iceland (The preceding review by Grégory Cattaneo represents the fully edited version of this review. See Scandinavian Studies 83.3: 440­5.) Jon

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