Representing Consumer Interests: Imbalanced Markets, Health Planning, and the HSAs

December 2005 | Theodore R. Marmor, James A. Morone

Earlier versions of the paper were presented at seminars at Yale, Harvard, and the University of Chicago; the penultimate draft was read at the American Political Science Association’s Convention, 1979. The topics here discussed are more fully dealt with in part of Morone’s dissertation on “Consumer Representation, Public Planning and Democratic Theory.”

Reprinted from The Milbank Memorial Fund Quarterly: Health and Society, Vol. 58, No. 1, 1980 (pp. 125-165). Style and usage are unchanged.

Author(s): Theodore R. Marmor; James A. Morone

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Volume 83, Issue 4 (online only)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-0009.2005.00431.x
Published in 2005