Volume 2 issue 2 December 2013
Equity Analysis of Quality Malaria Treatment in Ghana
EUGENIA AMPORFU. pp 1-19
UZOCHUKWU BSC, CHUKWUOGO O, ONWUJEKWE OE. pp 20-34
IKENWILO DIVINE, OLAJIDE DAMILOLA, OKORAFOR OKORE. pp 35-51
HYACINTH E. ICHOKU, CHIJIOKE I., OKOLI. pp 52-77
FRED MATOVU(Ph.D), AISHA NANYITI (M.A. ECON), ELIZEUS RUTEBEMBERWA (MBchB, MPH). pp 78-92
Volume 2 issue 1 June 2013
Are people really using modern contraceptives and how much do they pay for them?
Obinna Onwujekwe, Chinwe Ogbonna, Chinelo Enemuoh, and Benjamin Uzochukwu. pp 01-12
BENEFIT INCIDENCE OF NATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE SCHEME IN ENUGU STATE, SOUTHEAST NIGERIA
Eric Obikeze, Obinna Onwujekwe, Benjamin Uzochukwu, Ogoamaka Chukwuogo, Eloka Uchegbu, Eze Soludo, Nkoli Uguru. pp 13-30
Akanni Olayinka. Lawanson and Olanrewaju Olaniyan. pp 31-46
Doris Kirigia, Vincent Okungu and Jane Chuma. pp 47-72
GODFREY M. MUBYAZI, JOHN S. KUNDA, WILLIAM N. KISINZA, JOYCE NYONI AND JAN BORG5. pp 73-84
EUGENIA AMPORFU. pp 85-101
Volume 1 issue 1 December 2012
Basis for effective community-based Health Insurance schemes: investigating inequities in catastrophic out-of-pocket health expenditures, affordability and altruism.
Obinna Onwujekwe, Benjamin Uzochukwu, and Joses Kirigia. pp 9-20
Productivity changes in Benin Zone hospitals: a non-parametric Malmquist approach.
Joses Muthuri Kirigia, Luis Gomes Sambo, Omar Mensah, Chris Mwikisa, Eyob Asbu, Patrick Makoudode, Athanase Hounnankan. pp 47-58
Advantages and shortcomings of eliciting people’s willingness to pay using mixed techniques: evidence from a study of Olyset bednets in three village settings in north-eastern Tanzania.
GODFREY M. MUBYAZI., KASSEMBE Y. MDIRA., JUDITH MAHUNDI, AND KATO J. NJUNWA. pp 59-75
Effect of the Relationship between Healthcare Utilization and Patient Characteristics on the Ghanaian National Health Insurance Scheme. The Case of Malaria in a Rural District Hospital.
Eugenia Amporfu, PhD, Economics. pp 21-33
Estimating cost ratios and unit costs of public hospital care in South Africa revisited
John Ele-Ojo Ataguba. pp 35- 45
Willingness to pay for private voluntary health insurance in southeast Nigeria.
Obinna Onwujekwe and Edit V. Velényi . pp 109-118
HOW SHOULD WE TRACK PROGRESS TOWARD UNIVERSAL HEALTH COVERAGE IN LOW-INCOME COUNTRIES?
CHris Atim (PhD, Hong Wang. pp 1-7
VARIATIONS IN INCIDENCE OUT OF POCKET SPENDING FOR ILLNESS AMONGST HOUSEHOLDS OF DIFFERENT SOCIO-ECONOMIC GROUPS: AN INVESTIGATION USING EXPENDITURE DIARIES
CHIMA A. ONOKA, OBINNA E. ONWUJEKWE, BENJAMIN UZOCHUKWU, NKOLI UGURU, CHIKE ANOCHIE, OFORBUIKE EWELUKWA. pp 77-88
Desirability, challenges and options for launching a community health fund scheme in Tanzania: interview-based views from community members and health managers in Kagera Region and review of lessons from other CHF implementing districts.
GODFREY M. MUBYAZI AND JAN BORG. pp 89-108