Pollock, Allyson, Macfarlane, Alison and Greener, Ian
Bad science concerning NHS competition is being used to support the controversial Health and Social Care Bill.
British Politics and Policy at LSE
(05 Mar 2012)
A recent report by LSE academics extolling the benefits of competition between NHS hospitals claims causality where there is none. Allyson Pollock, Alison Macfarlane and Ian Greener argue that the authors engage in data dredging and faulty empirical analysis. In so doing, they sweep aside decades of evidence showing why markets do not work in health services and lend support to an HSC Bill that is inherently dangerous.
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