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Author Archives: Health Economics Journal
Abstract We analyze the evolution of mortality-based health indicators in 27 European countries before and after the start of the Great Recession.
Summary In this analysis, we examine the effect of wages on obesity by constructing pseudo-panels to conduct a dynamic estimation of Grossman’s human capital model.
Abstract Using data from the Panel Study of Income Dynamics for years 1999–2013, we investigate the impact of physical and mental illnesses on household consumption and financial status.
Abstract The 2003 Health Economics paper by Dolan, Olsen, Menzel and Richardson on An inquiry into the different perspectives that can be used when eliciting preferences in health’ presents a conceptual framework of six perspectives along two dimensions: preferences (personal, social, and socially inclusive personal) and context (ex ante and ex post).
Summary Better management by individuals of their long-term conditions is promoted to improve health and reduce healthcare expenditure.
Abstract Using Monte-Carlo simulations, we compare the two-stage least-squares estimator with two-stage residual inclusion estimators, with varying forms of residuals, to estimate the local average treatment effect parameter for a binary outcome and endogenous binary treatment model in the presence of binary covariates and a binary instrumental variable.
Abstract Universal access and generous coverage are important goals of the Dutch long-term care (LTC) system.
Summary I study the effect of prescription drug essential health benefits (EHB) requirements from the Affordable Care Act on prescription drug formularies of health insurance marketplace plans.
Summary This paper examines the effects of parental health on cognitive and noncognitive development in Australian children.
Abstract This paper estimates the impact of early retirement on mortality using Dutch administrative micro panel data.
Abstract We examine the impact of the 2006 Massachusetts healthcare reform on substance use disorder (SUD) treatment facilities’ provision of care.
Abstract We investigate sibling correlations in youth health status using the Panel Study of Income Dynamics.