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Political Moments and Persistent Policy Questions: Pricing, Volume, and Organs-Colleen M. Grogan
Competitive Pricing and the Challenge of Cost Control in Medicare-Robert F. Coulam, Roger D. Feldman, and Bryan E. Dowd
Laypeople's Ethical Concerns about a New Israeli Organ Transplantation Prioritization Policy Aimed to Encourage Organ Donor Registration among the Public -Nurit Guttman, Tamar Ashkenazi, Anat Gesser-Edelsburg, and Vered Seidmann
Addressing the Shortage of Kidneys for Transplantation: Purchase and Allocation through Chain Auctions -Lara Rosen, Aidan R. Vining, and David L. Weimer
The Angel Is in the Details-Richard A. Hirth and Robert M. Merion
Dehumanizing a Most Human Practice -David M. Frankford
Introduction-Harold A. Pollack
Prices, Volume, and the Perverse Effects of the Variations Crusade-Joseph White
Understanding Prices and Quantities in the U.S. Health Care System-Jonathan Skinner
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