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Review of the Literature on Health-Health Threshold Values
Jody M. Perkins (au)
“Health-health analysis” (HHA) is an analytic framework for evaluating health and safety regulations. HHA attempts to compare the health costs associated with a given regulation with its health benefits. HHA expects that risks to health increase when spending on regulatory compliance causes individuals to reduce their voluntary purchases of medical care or other products or services that promote good health. By comparing the additional health risks attributable to a given regulation with the health improvements it will cause, HHA determines whether or not the regulation is desirable. Contents: Threshold est. assuming regulatory costs are evenly distributed, and when regulatory costs are unevenly distributed, and the issue of cost incidence. Illus.
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