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The health sector responds to an increase in supply with rising prices and increasing output.
The health sector responds to an increase in supply with rising prices and increasing output. How does the producer sovereignty approach(left wing) use asymmetry of information, imperfect agency, the target-income hypothesis, Roemer's law, the special nature of health care and Munchausen's syndrome to suggest the supply-induced demand(SID) hypothesis to explain this?
How might the intensity of service evidence support the SID hypothesis?
How do neoclassical economists(right-wing) use transactions costs, rising average hospital costs and the increased demand for quality and the association between income and opportunity costs to support the consumer sovereignty hypothesis explanation for phenomenon?