The study analysed how different European countries regulate dietary supplements intended for the use of babies, including legal research as well as interviews with vendors as to de-facto practices. The study was conducted for a pharmaceutical company and encompassed IT, FR, UK, DE & CH.
This study analyzed reforms that took place in the eldercare system in different Western countries, in order to learn about difficulties and opportunities that could be used when shaping a forthcoming reform in another country. The countries examined were NL, ES, DK, CH, Japan & Australia.
The study reviewed technical and substantial aspects pertaining to pursuit of medical rights vis-à-vis local social security authorities. It covered DE, IT, ES, BE, NL, SI & Russia.