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Postal address:Imperial College Business School Imperial College London Tanaka Building South Kensington Campus London SW7 2AZ United Kingdom
Workplace:Business School, Imperial College, (more information at EDIRC)

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Working Papers

2015

  1. The Politics of Priority Setting in Health: A Political Economy Perspective - Working Paper 414
    Working Papers, Center for Global Development Downloads

2010

  1. A structural equation model of adverse events and length of stay in hospitals
    Monash Econometrics and Business Statistics Working Papers, Monash University, Department of Econometrics and Business Statistics Downloads View citations (1)
  2. Adverse events in surgical inpatients: A comparative analysis of public hospitals in Victoria
    Monash Econometrics and Business Statistics Working Papers, Monash University, Department of Econometrics and Business Statistics Downloads
  3. Health mobility: implications for efficiency and equity in priority setting
    Monash Econometrics and Business Statistics Working Papers, Monash University, Department of Econometrics and Business Statistics Downloads View citations (1)

Journal Articles

2019

  1. Excess influenza hospital admissions and costs due to the 2009 H1N1 pandemic in England
    Health Economics, 2019, 28, (2), 175-188 Downloads View citations (2)
  2. How can we evaluate the cost-effectiveness of health system strengthening? A typology and illustrations
    Social Science & Medicine, 2019, 220, (C), 141-149 Downloads View citations (3)

2018

  1. Centralisation of acute stroke services in London: Impact evaluation using two treatment groups
    Health Economics, 2018, 27, (4), 722-732 Downloads View citations (4)
  2. Richer, wiser and in better health? The socioeconomic gradient in hypertension prevalence, unawareness and control in South Africa
    Social Science & Medicine, 2018, 217, (C), 18-30 Downloads

2016

  1. Heterogeneity in the Effect of Common Shocks on Healthcare Expenditure Growth
    Health Economics, 2016, 25, (9), 1090-1103 Downloads View citations (10)
  2. Priorities for action on the social determinants of health: Empirical evidence on the strongest associations with life expectancy in 54 low-income countries, 1990–2012
    Social Science & Medicine, 2016, 167, (C), 88-98 Downloads View citations (2)

2014

  1. THE EFFECTS OF TAXING SUGAR‐SWEETENED BEVERAGES ACROSS DIFFERENT INCOME GROUPS
    Health Economics, 2014, 23, (9), 1159-1184 Downloads View citations (31)

2013

  1. PATIENT SAFETY IN HOSPITALS – A BAYESIAN ANALYSIS OF UNOBSERVABLE HOSPITAL AND SPECIALTY LEVEL RISK FACTORS
    Health Economics, 2013, 22, (9), 1158-1174 Downloads View citations (2)
  2. The relationship between smoking, quitting smoking and obesity in Australia: a seemingly unrelated probit approach
    Applied Economics, 2013, 45, (16), 2191-2199 Downloads

2012

  1. Adverse event rates as measures of hospital performance
    Health Policy, 2012, 104, (2), 146-154 Downloads View citations (2)

2011

  1. Health dynamics, adaptation to illness and resource allocation
    Applied Economics Letters, 2011, 18, (16), 1545-1548 Downloads View citations (2)

2007

  1. Do targets matter? A comparison of English and Welsh National Health priorities
    Health Economics, 2007, 16, (3), 275-290 Downloads View citations (9)

2006

  1. Performance assessment in the context of multiple objectives: A multivariate multilevel analysis
    Journal of Health Economics, 2006, 25, (6), 1029-1048 Downloads View citations (19)
  2. Priority setting in health – a political economy perspective
    Health Economics, Policy and Law, 2006, 1, (1), 79-90 Downloads View citations (10)

2004

  1. A longitudinal analysis of mental health mobility in Britain
    Health Economics, 2004, 13, (10), 981-1001 Downloads View citations (43)

2002

  1. Reducing avoidable inequalities in health: a new criterion for setting health care capitation payments
    Health Economics, 2002, 11, (8), 667-677 Downloads View citations (18)
 
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