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  • Website

    Bible Gateway passage: Romans 13:1 - New King James Version

    2018

    In-text: (Bible Gateway passage: Romans 13:1 - New King James Version, 2018)

    Your Bibliography: Bible Gateway. 2018. Bible Gateway passage: Romans 13:1 - New King James Version. [online] Available at: <https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Romans+13:1&version=NKJV>.

  • Journal

    Böhm, K., Schmid, A., Götze, R., Landwehr, C. and Rothgang, H.

    Five types of OECD healthcare systems: Empirical results of a deductive classification

    2013 - Health Policy

    In-text: (Böhm et al., 2013)

    Your Bibliography: Böhm, K., Schmid, A., Götze, R., Landwehr, C. and Rothgang, H., 2013. Five types of OECD healthcare systems: Empirical results of a deductive classification. Health Policy, 113(3), pp.258-269.

  • Journal

    Hatchett, R.

    Regulation is not the only way

    2017 - Nursing Standard

    In-text: (Hatchett, 2017)

    Your Bibliography: Hatchett, R., 2017. Regulation is not the only way. Nursing Standard, 31(42), pp.31-31.

  • Book

    Lee, R. H.

    Economics for healthcare managers

    2015 - Health Administration Press - Chicago

    In-text: (Lee, 2015)

    Your Bibliography: Lee, R., 2015. Economics for healthcare managers. 3rd ed. Chicago: Health Administration Press.

  • Journal

    Marmor, T. and Wendt, C.

    Conceptual frameworks for comparing healthcare politics and policy

    2012 - Health Policy

    In-text: (Marmor and Wendt, 2012)

    Your Bibliography: Marmor, T. and Wendt, C., 2012. Conceptual frameworks for comparing healthcare politics and policy. Health Policy, 107(1), pp.11-20.

  • Journal

    McMichael, B. J.

    The Demand for Healthcare Regulation: The Effect of Political Spending on Occupational Licensing Laws

    2017 - Southern Economic Journal

    In-text: (McMichael, 2017)

    Your Bibliography: McMichael, B., 2017. The Demand for Healthcare Regulation: The Effect of Political Spending on Occupational Licensing Laws. Southern Economic Journal, 84(1), pp.297-316.

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