THE DEMAND FOR MEDICAL EDUCATION - A STUDY OF MEDICAL SCHOOL APPLICANT BEHAVIOR
RAND CORP SANTA MONICA CA
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A primary concern of the study is the policy instruments which may be used to affect production levels of the medical education system. It has been suggested that one possible way to stimulate medical school expansion is through policies which act on demand for medical education. Two series, total applicants and applicants to medical schools with superior college records, were analyzed.
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