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Tatiana Chubarova

Tatiana Chubarova
Institute of economy, Russian academy of sciences

Doctor of Philosophy (LSE)

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The article analyzes situation with senior citizens as a special socio-demographic group of population during the first and second waves of the COVID-19 pandemic. The purpose is to analyze the state of this group during the period under review, attitude of the elderly to restrictive policies, impact of social isolation on their physical and mental...
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Palliative care as an area of interdisciplinary interaction. From theory to practice. Book. Authors: Grigorieva N.S., Kolesnikov S.I., Chubarova T.V. , 2021, URSS. LENAND PA, Moscow, 400 pages. ISBN: 978-5-9710-8734-2 Annotation: In the monograph palliative care is analyzed from the point of view of an interdisciplinary approach, with the authors...
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This article compares policy responses to the COVID-19 pandemic and their probable results in three countries: the Czech Republic, the Russian Federation, and the Slovak Republic. The article is based on a multiple case study method. It confirms that in the three countries studied, the timing of policy responses and the success in motivating compli...
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The paper summarizes the literature and author's data on the development of early (preclinical) diagnosis of Parkinson's disease (PD). Implementation of this diagnosis will promote the use of preventive therapy and change investments in diagnosis and treatment of patients. The paper declares that at present the only approach to early diagnosis of P...
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Neurodegenerative diseases, Parkinson disease among them, set challenges to modern societies both in terms of premature deaths and resources spent on treatment of the diseases. At that, preventive care and early diagnostics in particular are potential directions towards higher economic efficiency of healthcare interventions in this area. Authors of...
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The goal of this paper is to identify critical factors in success/failure of public policies focusing on fighting the spread of COVID-19 pandemic using a sample of three countries from Central and Eastern Europe with different results regarding COVID-19 morbidity and mortality rates, namely the Czech Republic, the Russian Federation, and the Slovak...
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In the course of their transition to a market economy, the importance of international knowledge transfer from developed capitalist countries to the post-Soviet states has increased. However, the question of what particular knowledge has been transferred and why in some cases knowledge transfer has been successful, while in others it has failed, re...
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The book aims to provide readers with a systematic understanding of the nature and direction of public policy and administration in the social sector of modern society. In this context, the specifics of implementing state policy in various branches of the social sector (health, education, science, culture) are shown, the main problems faced by gove...
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The article deals with the financial and economic problems of access to health care for the citizens of Russia. It analyzes basic methodological approaches as well as the corresponding official statistics and sociological research on the state of the country’s health system, which, according to author’s opinion, can describe the situation with the...
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The article discusses current issues in health economics, such as investments in health, the specific characteristics of medical services, state regulation, and a mixed economy in health care. The author emphasizes the potential of budget financing of health care as well as the principles of economic efficiency and social equity in the context of h...
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Economic problems of the ongoing health reform in Russia are discussed. Various approaches to the development of the country’s medical care system are analyzed in terms of medical aid accessibility to the population. The author reviews the world’s practice to comes to the conclusion that it is necessary not just to increase the public health spendi...
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There is a lot of research on the relation between political democracy and income distribution and the correlation between economic growth and presence of a democratic regime based of cross country data but it has failed to fi nd any robust relationship between inequality and democracy (Bollen and Jackman, 1985; Li et al, 1998). Or, to be precise,...
Thesis
Relying on new empirical data, derived from a survey, and supplemented by an extensive study of available secondary material, this thesis represents the first attempt systematically to explore key issues regarding occupational welfare in Russia, with special reference to health care. The thesis is divided into three parts: a discussion of the probl...
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The article discusses current issues in health economics, such as investments in health, the specific characteristics of medical services, state regulation, and a mixed economy in health care. The author emphasizes the potential of budget financing of health care as well as the principles of economic efficiency and social equity in the context of h...

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