GDP versus health expenditure – is there any tendency? CEE countries case
Rafał Siedlecki , Agnieszka Bem , Paweł Prędkiewicz , Paulina Ucieklak-Jeż
AbstractThe aim of this research is to analyse the long-term relationship between current expenditure on health(CHE) and gross domestic product (GDP) in selected countries of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE countries)– Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia. We have posed the following research hypotheses: H1: the ratio of CHE to GDP,in CEE countries, has non-stationary character; H2: there is a linear trend in CHE/GDP growth. We have confirmed both hypotheses, as well as, we have estimated the linear trendlines, separately for each country, with R2 higher than 0.6
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|Book||Kapounek Svatopluk, Krutilova Veronika (eds.): 20th Annual International Conference Enterprise and Competitive Environment. Conference Proceedings, 2017, Mendel University in Brno, ISBN 978-80-7509-499-5, 981 p.|
|Keywords in English||current health e xpenditure, GDP, linear trendline, CEE countries|
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