2 edition of economics of American medicine. found in the catalog.
economics of American medicine.
Seymour E. Harris
by Collier-Macmillan; Macmillan (N.Y.)
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||508|
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The economics of American medicine. on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The economics of American cturer: Collier MacmillanMacmillan. The economics of American medicine * Seymour E. Harris * Presented before the Committee on Social Policy for Health Care of the Committee on Special Studies of The Economics of American medicine.
book York Academy of Medicine on Febru Cited by: This was an economics book club choice, and an excellent one at that. Here are my notes: Overall I thought that this was a tremendous book. Although its ostensible aim was to chart the declining marginal impact of technology on economic growth, what it mainly documented was the impact of technology in shaping all aspects of modern society/5().
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