Health & Social Care
Policy Press has a strong backlist in the area of health and health inequalities, including high profile books such as The widening gap by Mary Shaw et al and the second edition of The political economy of health care by Julian Tudor Hart. As well as continuing to publish on health inequalities we also have many forthcoming titles on public health and health services, with a range of textbooks, monographs and policy-focused books all aiming to push forward the boundaries of teaching, theory, policy and practice.
The Passionate Economist How Brian Abel-Smith shaped global health and social welfare
This is the first biography of Abel-Smith. It takes a historical perspective to analyse the development of health and social welfare systems since the 1950s, exposing the critical impact of long-running debates on poverty and state responsibility, especially in Britain.
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