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    41 - 50 of 72 publications found, listed by date.

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    Sri Lanka: �Good Practice� in Expanding Health Care Coverage

    Case study examining Sri Lanka's experience in extending coverage of health services to the poor.

    Author(s):Ravi P. Rannan-Eliya, Lankani Sikurajapathy

    Date: 1 Jun 2008

     Download from Lancet website (Registration required)

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    Extending Social Health Protection in the Asia-Pacific Region: Progress and challenges

    Technical paper prepared for Regional High-Level Meeting organized by ILO to discuss socially inclusive strategies to extend social security coverage in Asia-Pacific region.

    Author(s):Ravi P. Rannan-Eliya

    Date: 20 May 2008


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    Review of Social Protection Policies and Programmes Strengthening Family Well-being

    Social protection in Sri Lanka could be further strengthened and refined to reap better benefits. Many individuals cope with poverty and vulnerability rather than emerge out of it, thereby perpetuating a continuous cycle of poverty.

    Author(s):A T P L Abeykoon, Ruwanthi Elawalagedara

    Date: 14 Mar 2008


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    Who pays for health care in Asia?

    Journal of Health Economics paper presenting the analysis of progressivity of financing for healthcare in Asian countries by the Equitap project.

    Author(s):O'Donnell, Owen, Eddy van Doorslaer, Ravi P. Rannan-Eliya, Aparnaa Somanathan, Shiva Raj Adhikari, B

    Date: 1 Mar 2008


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    Extent and mechanisms by which maternal�newborn care expenditure exacerbate poverty

    Maternal�newborn health (MNH) care expenditures are a considerable burden on poor households in many countries. This paper commissioned by WHO reviews the available evidence, and identifies pathways through which such spending causes poverty.

    Author(s):Aparnaa Somanathan

    Date: 1 Dec 2007

     Forthcoming from WHO Making Pregnancy Safer (External site)

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    Fertility Transition in Sri Lanka

    Paper discusses the reasons behind the fertility decline in Sri Lanka, and its economic and social implications.

    Author(s):APTL Abeykoon

    Date: 1 Dec 2007

     Download from UNESCAP (as People's Bank link is non-operational)

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    Sound choices

    The 2007 Biennial Review of the WHO Alliance on HPSR examines critical issues in improving national capacity for health systems research.

    Author(s):Andrew Green, Sara Bennett, Ravi P. Rannan-Eliya and others

    Date: 1 Oct 2007

     Download from WHO AHPSR (External site)

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    SHA-Based Health Accounts in the Asia/Pacific Region: Country Studies

    Technical paper presenting details of the OECD System of Health Accounts implementation in Sri Lanka.

    Author(s):Tharanga Fernando, Ravi P. Rannan-Eliya, J.M.H. Jayasundara

    Date: 1 Oct 2007


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    Population Ageing and Health Expenditure: Sri Lanka 2001-2101

    Report on the IHP study, commissioned by the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs as part of its work for the 2007 UN World Economic and Social Survey, which projects future health spending in Sri Lanka using an actuarial model.

    Author(s):Ravi P. Rannan-Eliya

    Date: 1 Jul 2007

     Download from UN DESA website (External site)

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    Emerging Social Issues of Population Ageing in Sri Lanka

    Paper discusses the social and economic implications for Sri Lanka of population ageing.

    Author(s):APTL Abeykoon, R Elwalagedara

    Date: 1 May 2007

     Subscribe from People's Bank Economic Review (External site)



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