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Determinants of Price for Doctor Services in Perm: Application of Hedonic Pricing Model

ФИО студента: Anna Chertozvonova

Руководитель: Elena V. Rozhentsova

Кампус/факультет: Faculty of Economics, Management, and Business Informatics

Программа: Economics (Bachelor)

Год защиты: 2021

The research work is devoted to the factors influencing the determination of the cost of medical services in Perm (Russia). In the field of economics, most researchers study the influence of various factors on the determination of prices in other areas: tourism, real estate, services, etc. The work examines the degree of influence of various factors on the formation of the entry price. therapists, cardiologists and neurologists. In economics, many studies look at the influence of factors on various services, but few studies are related to medicine. In this study, we will analyze which factors have a greater influence on the pricing of various doctors, and which to a lesser extent, and also build models of the influence of these factors on price formation.

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