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Incentives and Dynamics in the Ethiopian Health Worker Labor Market

William Jack (author) Joost De Laat (author)
Kara Hanson (author)
Agnes Soucat (author)

ISBN: 9780821383582

Publication Date: Dec 2010

Format: Paperback

Increasing the supply of health workers, and improving their geographic distribution, requires an understanding of their responsiveness to changes in the incentives and constraints they face, and the efficacy with which labour markets can be expected to allocate scare human resources for health (HRH). This study presents evidence on these and other HRH issues from a new survey of Ethiopian health workers.
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Increasing the supply of health workers, and improving their geographic distribution, requires an understanding of their responsiveness to changes in the incentives and constraints they face, and the efficacy with which labour markets can be expected to allocate scare human resources for health (HRH). This study presents evidence on these and other HRH issues from a new survey of Ethiopian health workers.
Pages 92
Dimensions 229 x 152mm
Date Published 30 Dec 2010
Publisher World Bank Group Publications
Series Part 192
Subject/s Medicine & Health   Medicine: general issues  

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