From the Abstract Book of the World Social Marketing Conference Toronto 2013 (ISBN 978-0-9576830-0-6).
"In literature, Social marketing has different classifications. Lefebvre (2011) distinguishes between Developed Countries, where the main goal is the behaviour change and Developing Countries where the focus is on products/services. Jeff French (2010) makes a distinction between the culture of social marketing in North America and that in the United Kingdom. We propose considering the differences in financing: in universal public health systems, paid largely from taxation, a priority setting which involves all the social actors is necessary, and the Public Sector is responsible for “Social Good”. Where the health system is based on social insurance, this determines what “Social Good” is. In addition to this organizational division between the individualistic model and the model of solidarity, the complexity that characterizes the contemporary world obliges us to consider additional factors, such as the type of choice with respect to the coverage (mandatory or voluntary) and the quantification of the cost for the citizen (linked to health risk, to income or fixed)