Rayack, Elton
January 1964
Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Jan64, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p221
Academic Journal
Whether there is a shortage of physicians is an issue which has been widely debated in recent years. Examining the economic position of physicians in relation to the rest of society, the author of this study finds that there has been a significant rise in the relative income of physicians, along with a search for less costly substitutes for their services, and concludes that a shortage does currently exist.


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