Chinese Strategies for Getting Health Care: Guanxi and its Alternatives

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Munro, N.;
  • Publisher: University of Strathclyde
  • Subject: JQ

Chinese citizens are accustomed to dealing with risk and making choices about how to get things done. Such choices are evident in popular responses to hypothetical situations corresponding to three typical unethical practices in Chinese hospitals: overprescribing medici... View more
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