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David Evans: putting universal health coverage on the agenda Health Insurance D. Holmes 1543
Demand for voluntary health insurance in developing countries: The case of Vietnam’s school-age children and adolescent student health insurance program Health Insurance H. Nguyen and J. Knowles 1158
Determinants for participation in a public health insurance program among residents of urban slums in Nairobi, Kenya: results from a cross-sectional survey Health Insurance J. Kimani, R. Ettarh, C. Kyobutungi, B. Mberu and K. Muindi 2095
Determining the impacts of hospital cost-sharing on the uninsured near-poor households in Vietnam Health Insurance D. Vuong, S. Flessa, P. Marschall, S. Ha, K. Luong and R. Busse 1318
Developing health insurance in transitional Asia Health Insurance T. Ensor 1557
Development and status of health insurance systems in China Health Insurance S. L. Barber and L. Yao 1404
Did the Health Card Program Ensure Access to Medical Care for the Poor during Indonesia’s Economic Crisis? Health Insurance M. Pradhan, F. Saadah and R. Sparrow 1412
Divergence in the development of public health insurance in Japan and the Republic of Korea: A multiple-payer versus a single-payer system Health Insurance H.-S. Jeong and R. Niki 1521
Do Community-based Health Insurance Schemes Improve Poor People’s Access to Health Care? Evidence From Rural Senegal Health Insurance J. P. Jütting 1526
Does enrollment status in community-based insurance lead to poorer quality of care? Evidence from Burkina Faso Health Insurance P. Robyn, T. Barnighausen, A. Souares, G. Savadogo, B. Bicaba, A. Sie and R. Sauerborn 1499
Does health insurance improve health?: Evidence from a randomized community-based insurance rollout in rural Burkina Faso Health Insurance G. Fink, P. J. Robyn, A. Sié and R. Sauerborn 1442
Does health insurance improve utilisation of healthcare services, for chronic illnesses in Sudan? Health Insurance I. Baloul and M. Dahlui 1308
Does National Health Insurance Promote Access to Quality Health Care? Evidence from Nigeria Health Insurance A. Ibiwoye and I. A. Adeleke 1335
Does universal comprehensive insurance encourage unnecessary use? Evidence from Manitoba says “no” Health Insurance N. P. Roos, E. Forget, R. Walld and L. MacWilliam 1505
Donor Support for Community Health Financing: Options and Opportunities for Sub-Saharan African Communities Health Insurance E. U. John 1330
Drop-out analysis of community-based health insurance membership at Nouna, Burkina Faso Health Insurance H. Dong, M. De Allegri, D. Gnawali, A. Souares and R. Sauerborn 1548
Dynamics of social health insurance development: Examining the determinants of Chinese basic health insurance coverage with panel data Health Insurance J.-Q. Liu 1280

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