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Engels | E-book | 9780821386002
Onbekend, Christopher H. Herbst - 9780821386002
Engels | E-book | 9780821386002
The human resources crisis in the health sector has been gathering attention on the global stage. To date however most of this attention has focused on shortages of health human resources (HRH) at the national level. At least as important are problems at the sub-national level. Massive geographic and skill mix imbalances are reflected in the perilous undersupply of HRH in most rural areas. Virtually all Sub-Saharan African countries suffer from significant geographic imbalances. Very little substantive information or documentation exists on the problem. Even less is known about the lessons from policies aimed at addressing urban-rural human resource imbalances let alone experiences of Sub-Saharan Africa countries with such policies. There also appears to be a disconnect between the objectives and efforts of policymakers on the one hand and the functioning of national health labor markets and labor market behavior on the other hand. This disconnect hinders policy effectiveness and the efficient utilization of resources intended to narrow urban-rural inequities. In Sub-Saharan Africa government policies often limited to the management of public sector vacancies appear to be elaborated prescribed and implemented independently of labor market considerations. Partly as a result they are unable to effectively address urban-rural imbalances which are an outcome of labor market dynamics. This report discusses and analyzes labor market dynamics and outcomes (including unemployment worker shortages and urban-rural imbalances of categories of health workers) from a labor economics perspective. It then use insights from this perspective as a basis for elaborating policy options that incorporate the underlying labor market forces. The goal of the study is to address undesirable outcomes (including urban-rural HRH imbalances) more effectively. The book is thus suitable for researchers policy analysts and policy makers with an interest in understanding and improving the allocation of human resources for health in the developing world.
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|Reducing Geographical Imbalances of Health Workers in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Labor Market Prospective on What Works What Does Not and Why Engels | E-book | 9780821386002|
|Ebook formaat||Adobe PDF|
|Bestandsgrootte ebook||2,6 MB|
|Auteur||Onbekend | Christopher H. Herbst|
|Co-auteur||Christopher H. Herbst|
|Lees dit ebook op||Android (smartphone en tablet) | Kobo e-reader | Desktop (Mac en Windows) | iOS (smartphone en tablet) | Windows (smartphone en tablet) | Overige e-reader|
|Extra groot lettertype||Nee|