An Empirical Analysis on the Monopoly of Designated Health-care Institutions in China’s New-type Rural Cooperative Medical System

Shiwen Zeng, Yang Hao

Abstract


In accordance with the monopoly of designated health-care institutions in China’s New-type Rural Cooperative Medical System, this article aims at establishing a model to reveal the manifestations of monopoly and its damage to peasants’ benefits based on the statistics and empirical analysis on the data obtained from on-the-spot investigations as well as some indexes from relevant documents. It ends with some improvement plans to lessen or even smash up the monopoly of designated health-care institutions in Chinas’present situation in order that both peasants and the whole Chinese society could benefit more.

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International Journal of Marketing Studies  ISSN 1918-719X(Print) ISSN 1918-7203(Online)

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