Health Expenditure Scenarios in the New Member States: Country Report on Bulgaria

by Rossitsa Rangelova, Grigor Sariiski
December, 2007

The expenditures on health care in the new member countries from Central and Eastern Europe have never been based on the model of interdependence of socio-economic factors of the health state and the changes in the structure of population. The development of long-term scenarios here is based on the analysis of a previous study carried … Continued

Health Expenditure Scenarios in the New Member States – Comparative Report on Bulgaria, Estonia, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia

by Stanisława Golinowska, Ewa Kocot, Agnieszka Sowa
December, 2007

The objective of this comparative report is to present the model of future health care system revenues and expenditures in selected Central and Eastern European countries which are now the new EU member states, and to discuss projection assumptions and results. Health expenditure analysis and projections are based on the ILO social budget model, a … Continued

Development of Scenarios for Health and Long-Term Care Expenditure in the European Union Member States

by Ehsan Khoman, Martin Weale
December, 2007

Over the next fifty years, the size and age structure of Europe’s population will experience major changes due to low fertility rates, continuous increases in life expectancy due to medical advances and the retirement of the baby boom generation. The main output of this work package is a model which allows the construction of scenarios … Continued

The Social Dimension in Selected Candidate Countries in the Balkans: Country Report on Turkey

by Fikret Adaman, Ali Carkoglu, Refik Erzan, Alpay Filiztekin, Begum Ozkaynak, Serdar Sayan, Sinan Ulgen
December, 2007

The European Commission awarded a contract in November 2005 to a consortium composed of the TARKI Social Research Institute (Hungary), CASE, Center for Social and Economic Research (Poland) and CEPS to analyse the socio-economic developments and the process of structural reforms in what were then four candidate countries: Bulgaria, Croatia, Romania and Turkey. The objective … Continued

The Social Dimension in Selected Candidate Countries in the Balkans: Country Report on Romania

by Constantin Zaman, Manuela Sofia Stănculescu
December, 2007

The European Commission awarded a contract in November 2005 to a consortium composed of the TARKI Social Research Institute (Hungary), CASE, Center for Social and Economic Research (Poland) and CEPS to analyse the socio-economic developments and the process of structural reforms in what were then four candidate countries: Bulgaria, Croatia, Romania and Turkey. The objective … Continued

The Social Dimension in Selected Candidate Countries in the Balkans: Country Report on Croatia

by Predrag Bejaković, Zoran Šućur, Siniša Zrinščak
December, 2007

The European Commission awarded a contract in November 2005 to a consortium composed of t TARKI (Social Research Institute in Hungary), CASE (Center for Social and Economic Research in Poland) and CEPS to analyse the socio-economic developments and the process of structural reforms in what were then four candidate countries: Bulgaria, Croatia, Romania and Turkey. … Continued