THE PUBLIC ECONOMICS OF LONG‐TERM CARE. A SURVEY OF RECENT CONTRIBUTIONS

THE PUBLIC ECONOMICS OF LONG‐TERM CARE. A SURVEY OF RECENT CONTRIBUTIONS With the rapid increase in LTC needs, the negligible role of the market and the declining role of informal family care, the government is expected take a more proactive role in the support of dependent elderly, particularly those who cannot count on assistance from their family. The purpose of this paper is to survey a number of recent papers that analyze the possibility of designing a sustainable public LTC scheme integrating both the market and the family. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics Wiley

THE PUBLIC ECONOMICS OF LONG‐TERM CARE. A SURVEY OF RECENT CONTRIBUTIONS

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Journal compilation © 2018 CIRIEC
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1370-4788
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1467-8292
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10.1111/apce.12199
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Abstract

With the rapid increase in LTC needs, the negligible role of the market and the declining role of informal family care, the government is expected take a more proactive role in the support of dependent elderly, particularly those who cannot count on assistance from their family. The purpose of this paper is to survey a number of recent papers that analyze the possibility of designing a sustainable public LTC scheme integrating both the market and the family.

Journal

Annals of Public and Cooperative EconomicsWiley

Published: Jan 1, 2018

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