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Editor's Note–Michael S. Sparer
Comparison of U.S. and U.K. Health Policy Hidden Convergence: Toward a Historical–Howard Glennerster and Robert C. Lieberman
Inching toward Incrementalism: Federalism, Devolution, and Health Policy in the United States and the United Kingdom–Michael S. Sparer, George France, and Chelsea Clinton
Incentivizing Professionals and Patients: A Consideration in the Context of the United Kingdom and the United States–Adam Oliver and Lawrence D. Brown
Health Care for Older Persons in England and the United States: A Contrast of Systems and Values–Michael Gusmano and Sara Allin
Another Special Relationship? Interactions between Health Technology Policies and Health Care Systems in the United States and the United Kingdom–Bhaven Sampat and Michael Drummond
Why Hasn't Integrated Health Care Developed Widely in the United States and Not at All in England?–Gwyn Bevan and Katharina Janus
Infectious Disease Surveillance in the United States and the United Kingdom: From Public Goods to the Challenges of New Technologies–Tony Barnett and Corinna Sorenson
Does Racism Affect Health? Evidence from the United States and the United Kingdom–Peter Muennig and Michael Murphy
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