Katherine Boothe’s broad research interest is in the qualitative study of variation in health and social policies: why do jurisdictions choose different responses to similar policy problems, and what opportunities and challenges do these different policies present for reform?
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IDEAS & THE PACE OF CHANGE
NATIONAL PHARMACEUTICAL INSURANCE IN CANADA, AUSTRALIA & THE UNITED KINGDOM
Canada is the only OECD country that has universal, comprehensive public hospital and medical insurance but lacks equivalent pharmaceutical coverage. In Ideas and the Pace of Change, Katherine Boothe explains the reasons for this unique situation.