Institutional cultures and regulatory relationships in a liberalising health care system: a Tanzanian case study

Tibandebage, Paula and Mackintosh, Maureen (2002). Institutional cultures and regulatory relationships in a liberalising health care system: a Tanzanian case study. In: Heyer, Judith; Stewart, Frances and Thorp, Rosemary eds. Group Behaviour and Development: Is the Market Destroying Cooperation? Wider Studies in Development Economics. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 271–289.

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This paper examines the formal and informal regulatory relationships that shape the Tanzanian health care system. The main focus of the paper is on the consequences of norms of organisational culture and the nature of informal regulatory relationships for inequity and exclusion.

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