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Beyond Path Dependency: Explaining Health Care System Change–Mirella Cacace and Lorraine Frisina
Explaining Health Care System Change: Problem Pressure and the Emergence of "Hybrid" Health Care Systems–Achim Schmid, Mirella Cacace, Ralf Götze, and Heinz Rothgang
Why Institutions Are Not the Only Thing That Matters: Twenty-five Years of Health Care Reform in New Zealand–Peter Starke
Programmatic Actors and the Transformation of European Health Care States–Patrick Hassenteufel, Marc Smyrl, William Genieys, and Francisco Javier Moreno-Fuentes
Health Care System Change and the Cross-Border Transfer of Ideas: Influence of the Dutch Model on the 2007 German Health Reform–Simone Leiber, Stefan Greß, and Maral-Sonja Manouguian
The New Institutionalist Approaches to Health Care Reform: Lessons from Reform Experiences in Central Europe–Michał Sitek
Punctuated Equilibrium and Path Dependency in Coexistence: The Israeli Health System and Theories of Change–Paula Feder-Bubis and David Chinitz
Policy Change and Health Care Research–Daniel Béland
Pedestrian Paths: Why Path-Dependence Theory Leaves Health Policy Analysis Lost in Space–Lawrence D. Brown
The Logic of Policy Change: Structure and Agency in Political Life–David Wilsford
Path Dependency: A Dialogue–David Wilsford and Lawrence D. Brown
Comparative Studies and the Politics of Modern Medical Care–David Wilsford
Theodore R. Marmor, Richard Freeman, and Kieke G. H. Okma, eds. Comparative Studies and the Politics of Modern Medical Care. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2009. 353 pp. $55.00 paper.
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