Tax Benefits for Preventing and Supporting Catastrophic Health Expenditures: Ex-Ante versus Ex-Post Governmental Financial Support

  • Sung Man YOON Department of Business Administration, Seoul National University of Science and Technology, Seoul, South Korea
  • Byung Wook JUN Graduate School of Science in Taxation, University of Seoul, Seoul, South Korea

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Published
2019-07-18
How to Cite
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YOON SM, JUN BW. Tax Benefits for Preventing and Supporting Catastrophic Health Expenditures: Ex-Ante versus Ex-Post Governmental Financial Support. Iran J Public Health. 48(8):1532-1534.
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Letter to the Editor