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Avoiding Frankenstein Monster and Partial Analysis problems: Robustly Synthesising, Translating and Extrapolating Evidence

Chapter


Abstract


Publication Date


  • 2017

Citation


  • S. Eckermann, "Avoiding Frankenstein Monster and Partial Analysis problems: Robustly Synthesising, Translating and Extrapolating Evidence", in Health Economics from Theory to Practice: Optimally Informing Joint Decisions of Research, Reimbursement and Regulation with Health System Budget Constraints and Community Objectives (eds S. Eckermann), (Springer Intenational Publishing, Switzerland, 2017) 57-89.

International Standard Book Number (isbn) 13


  • 9783319506135

Book Title


  • Health Economics from Theory to Practice: Optimally Informing Joint Decisions of Research, Reimbursement and Regulation with Health System Budget Constraints and Community Objectives

Start Page


  • 57

End Page


  • 89

Place Of Publication


  • Switzerland

Abstract


Publication Date


  • 2017

Citation


  • S. Eckermann, "Avoiding Frankenstein Monster and Partial Analysis problems: Robustly Synthesising, Translating and Extrapolating Evidence", in Health Economics from Theory to Practice: Optimally Informing Joint Decisions of Research, Reimbursement and Regulation with Health System Budget Constraints and Community Objectives (eds S. Eckermann), (Springer Intenational Publishing, Switzerland, 2017) 57-89.

International Standard Book Number (isbn) 13


  • 9783319506135

Book Title


  • Health Economics from Theory to Practice: Optimally Informing Joint Decisions of Research, Reimbursement and Regulation with Health System Budget Constraints and Community Objectives

Start Page


  • 57

End Page


  • 89

Place Of Publication


  • Switzerland