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Immigration, Public Policy, and Health: Newcomer Experiences in Developed Nations
Raphael, Dennis (Edt)
Canadian Scholars Press / Softcover / 2017-01-01 / 1551309270
Health Care & Health Promotion
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330 pages
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A critical assessment of how public policy affects the health of immigrants, this interdisciplinary volume is an integral contribution to the study of immigration in modern developed nations. Authors employ a welfare state analysis to examine the political and economic systems that shape public policy, turning to several Canadian and international case studies that demonstrate how these policies specifically impact immigrant experiences and health outcomes. Exploring ideals of multiculturalism, solidarity, and equity, Dennis Raphael’s edited collection is an excellent resource for students interested in comparative health care systems, health economics, and global immigrant experiences.

About the Editor:

Dennis Raphael, PhD, is a Professor of Health Policy and Management at York University. The most recent of his scientific publications have focused on the health effects of income inequality and poverty, the quality of life of communities and individuals, and the impact of government decisions on Canadians’ health and well-being.

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