Does Government Health Expenditure Reduce The Maternal Deaths?

Pooled Data Analysis from Bangladesh and Pakistan

Authors

  • Saima Dana Applied Economics Research Center

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.46568/kubrj.v3i1.66

Keywords:

Health Expenditure , Pooled Data Analysis , Bangladesh, Pakistan

Abstract

A good healthcare system drives the economy of a country. The healthcare system of Pakistan and Bangladesh is constantly progressing but at a slower pace. Both countries have numerous challenges especially after their independence. The study explores the effect of domestic government health expenditure on the number of maternal deaths in Bangladesh and Pakistan over the period 2002 to 2020 with Pooled data analysis. Number of maternal deaths has been found statistically significant with GDP per capita, CO2 emission, domestic government health expenditure, birth attended by skilled birth attendants and total urban population have statistically significant relationship with number of maternal deaths.

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2022-06-30

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Dana, S. (2022). Does Government Health Expenditure Reduce The Maternal Deaths? Pooled Data Analysis from Bangladesh and Pakistan. Karachi University Business Research Journal, 3(1). https://doi.org/10.46568/kubrj.v3i1.66

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