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Title: The Influence of the pact for health on the expenditure on the financing of public health on the view of the Brazilian state
Other Titles: A Influência do pacto pela saúde nas despesas do financiamento da saúde pública na ótica dos estados brasileiros
La Influencia del pacto por la salud en el gasto en la financiación de la salud pública en la óptica de los estados brasileños
L’Influence du pacte pour la santé sur les dépenses de financement de la santé publique des états brésiliens
Authors: Santos, Rogélio Gerônimo dos
Nascimento, Sidnei Pereira do
Camara, Marcia Regina Gabardo da
Abstract: This article measured the dynamics of public health spending, from 2000 to 2015, in the Brazilian States and also in the Federal District. More specifically, it evaluated the effects of the Pact for Health on public health expenditures in all Brazilian States and in the Federal District, from the State of São Paulo. For this, the econometric methodology called Differences in Differences with Polygonal Adjustment was used. The results showed that the evolution of the public health expenditures in the State of São Paulo, in general, was lower than in the other States and the Federal District, after the entry into force of the Health Pact, in 2006. Still, in general, the combined performance between the State of São Paulo and the other Brazilian States and also the Federal District regressed their investments in public health, from 2006 to 2015. However, a behavioral pattern of public health expenditure after the Pact for Health was not achieved.
References: http://repositorio.ipea.gov.br/handle/11058/8227
Rights holder: Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica Aplicada (Ipea)
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Type: Planejamento e Políticas Públicas (PPP) - Artigos
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