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The Effects on Waiting Times of Expanding Provider Choice: evidence from a policy experiment

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The Effects on Waiting Times of Expanding Provider Choice: evidence from a policy experiment. / Gravelle, H.; Jacobs, R.; Martin, S.; Dawson, D.; Smith, P.C.

York, UK : Centre for Health Economics, University of York, 2005. 25 p. (CHE Research Paper; No. 1).

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Gravelle, H, Jacobs, R, Martin, S, Dawson, D & Smith, PC 2005, The Effects on Waiting Times of Expanding Provider Choice: evidence from a policy experiment. CHE Research Paper, no. 1, Centre for Health Economics, University of York, York, UK. <http://www.york.ac.uk/inst/che/publications/rp.htm>

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Gravelle, H., Jacobs, R., Martin, S., Dawson, D., & Smith, P. C. (2005). The Effects on Waiting Times of Expanding Provider Choice: evidence from a policy experiment. (CHE Research Paper; No. 1). Centre for Health Economics, University of York. http://www.york.ac.uk/inst/che/publications/rp.htm

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Gravelle H, Jacobs R, Martin S, Dawson D, Smith PC. The Effects on Waiting Times of Expanding Provider Choice: evidence from a policy experiment. York, UK: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, 2005. 25 p. (CHE Research Paper; 1).

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Gravelle, H. ; Jacobs, R. ; Martin, S. ; Dawson, D. ; Smith, P.C. / The Effects on Waiting Times of Expanding Provider Choice: evidence from a policy experiment. York, UK : Centre for Health Economics, University of York, 2005. 25 p. (CHE Research Paper; 1).

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