Regulating Individual Charges for Long-Term Residential Care In Canada. MacDonald, M. Studies in Political Economy, 95(1):83-114, Routledge, 1, 2015.
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AbstractProvinces and territories differ in how publicly regulated long-term residential care is financed. Although the costs of ?care? are funded publicly, all provinces and territories except Nunavut require contributions from individuals to cover so-called accommodation costs. These vary widely. This paper examines trends and variations in long-term residential care fee structures and the implications for equity (within and across jurisdictions), including gender equity.; AbstractProvinces and territories differ in how publicly regulated long-term residential care is financed. Although the costs of ?care? are funded publicly, all provinces and territories except Nunavut require contributions from individuals to cover so-called accommodation costs. These vary widely. This paper examines trends and variations in long-term residential care fee structures and the implications for equity (within and across jurisdictions), including gender equity.
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