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Workplace:Department of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation (HPME), Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, (more information at EDIRC)
Canadian Centre for Health Economics, (more information at EDIRC)

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Working Papers

2017

  1. Efficiency estimation with panel quantile regression: An application using longitudinal data from nursing homes in Ontario, Canada
    Working Papers, Canadian Centre for Health Economics Downloads

2016

  1. How does Insurance affect the Price of Drugs: A Graphical Analysis
    Working Papers, Canadian Centre for Health Economics Downloads
  2. Is the Rational Addiction model inherently impossible to estimate?
    Working Papers, Canadian Centre for Health Economics Downloads View citations (1)
  3. On a Possible Problem in the Estimation of Saddle-point Dynamic Economic Models
    Working Papers, Canadian Centre for Health Economics Downloads View citations (1)
  4. Paying for primary care: The relationship between payment for primary care physicians and selection of patients based on case-mix
    Working Papers, Canadian Centre for Health Economics Downloads
  5. Some Implications of Dynamic Mis-specification for the Arellano-Bond Estimator
    Working Papers, Canadian Centre for Health Economics Downloads
  6. The Use of Panel Quantile Regression for Efficiency Measurement: Insights from Monte Carlo Simulations
    Working Papers, Canadian Centre for Health Economics Downloads

2015

  1. Changing the Way We Think About Drug Prices: Insights from Economics
    Working Papers, Canadian Centre for Health Economics Downloads
  2. Does increased medication use among seniors increase risk of hospitalization and emergency department visits?
    Working Papers, Canadian Centre for Health Economics
  3. Should the Grossman model of investment in health capital retain its iconic status?
    Working Papers, Canadian Centre for Health Economics Downloads

2014

  1. A Synthesis of the Grossman and Becker-Murphy Models of Health and Addiction: Theoretical and Empirical Implications
    Working Papers, Canadian Centre for Health Economics Downloads View citations (5)
    Also in Health, Econometrics and Data Group (HEDG) Working Papers, HEDG, c/o Department of Economics, University of York (2014) Downloads View citations (6)
  2. Baby Boomer caregivers in the workforce: Do they fare better or worse than their predecessors?
    Working Papers, Canadian Centre for Health Economics Downloads View citations (1)
  3. Paying For Primary Care: The Factors Associated With Physician Self-Selection Into Payment Models
    Working Papers, Canadian Centre for Health Economics Downloads View citations (2)
    See also Journal Article in Health Economics (2015)
  4. The Determinants of the Propensity to Receive Publicly Funded Home Care Services for the Elderly in Canada
    Working Papers, Canadian Centre for Health Economics Downloads
  5. The Impact of Informal Caregiving Intensity on Women's Retirement in the United States
    Working Papers, Canadian Centre for Health Economics Downloads
  6. Theoretical Simulation in Health Economics: An application to Grossman's Model of Investment in Health Capital
    Working Papers, Canadian Centre for Health Economics Downloads View citations (4)

2011

  1. A model of the impact of smoking bans on smoking with evidence from bans in England and Scotland
    Health, Econometrics and Data Group (HEDG) Working Papers, HEDG, c/o Department of Economics, University of York Downloads View citations (6)

2010

  1. Efficiency and Technological Change in Health Care Services in Ontario
    CEPA Working Papers Series, University of Queensland, School of Economics Downloads

2009

  1. Quantile Regression Analysis of the Rational Addiction Model: Making unobservable heterogeneity observable
    Health, Econometrics and Data Group (HEDG) Working Papers, HEDG, c/o Department of Economics, University of York Downloads

2007

  1. The Quantile Regression Approach to Efficiency Measurement: Insights from Monte Carlo Simulations
    Health, Econometrics and Data Group (HEDG) Working Papers, HEDG, c/o Department of Economics, University of York Downloads View citations (2)
    See also Journal Article in Health Economics (2008)

2005

  1. Estimation of Panel Data Models with Binary Indicators when Treatment Effects are not Constant over Time
    Working Papers, University of Toronto, Department of Economics Downloads View citations (54)
    See also Journal Article in Economics Letters (2005)

Journal Articles

2017

  1. Hospitalizations for ambulatory care sensitive conditions across primary care models in Ontario, Canada
    Social Science & Medicine, 2017, 181, (C), 24-33 Downloads

2016

  1. Efficiency of Ontario primary care physicians across payment models: a stochastic frontier analysis
    Health Economics Review, 2016, 6, (1), 1-10 Downloads
  2. The determinants of the propensity to receive publicly funded home care services for the elderly in Canada: a panel two-stage residual inclusion approach
    Health Economics Review, 2016, 6, (1), 1-18 Downloads
    Also in Health Economics Review, 2015, 6, (1), 1-18 (2015) Downloads

2015

  1. Do Public Smoking Bans have an Impact on Active Smoking? Evidence from the UK
    Health Economics, 2015, 24, (2), 175-192 Downloads View citations (15)
  2. Paying for Primary Care: The Factors Associated with Physician Self‐selection into Payment Models
    Health Economics, 2015, 24, (9), 1229-1242 Downloads View citations (5)
    See also Working Paper (2014)
  3. Paying for primary care: A cross-sectional analysis of cost and morbidity distributions across primary care payment models in Ontario Canada
    Social Science & Medicine, 2015, 124, (C), 18-28 Downloads View citations (3)

2014

  1. Analysis of productivity, efficiency and technological changes in hospital services in Ontario: How does case-mix matter?
    International Journal of Production Economics, 2014, 150, (C), 74-82 Downloads View citations (13)
  2. Caregiving intensity and retirement status in Canada
    Social Science & Medicine, 2014, 102, (C), 74-82 Downloads View citations (7)
  3. Measuring the job stickiness of community nurses in Ontario (2004–2010): Implications for policy and practice
    Health Policy, 2014, 114, (2), 147-155 Downloads View citations (1)

2013

  1. How does complementary private prescription drug insurance coverage affect seniors’ use of publicly funded medications?
    Health Policy, 2013, 110, (2), 147-155 Downloads

2012

  1. Retaining nurses: The impact of Ontario's “70% Full-Time Commitment”
    Health Policy, 2012, 107, (1), 54-65 Downloads View citations (2)

2011

  1. Social capital, community size and utilization of health services: A lagged analysis
    Health Policy, 2011, 103, (1), 38-46 Downloads View citations (5)
  2. Socioeconomic Status and the Use of Medicines in the Ontario Public Drug Program
    Canadian Public Policy, 2011, 37, (4), 563-576 Downloads View citations (1)

2010

  1. Do they care too much to work? The influence of caregiving intensity on the labour force participation of unpaid caregivers in Canada
    Journal of Health Economics, 2010, 29, (6), 895-903 Downloads View citations (25)
  2. Quantile regression analysis of the rational addiction model: investigating heterogeneity in forward‐looking behavior
    Health Economics, 2010, 19, (9), 1063-1074 Downloads View citations (3)

2009

  1. Temporal trends in the relative cost of dying: Evidence from Canada
    Health Policy, 2009, 90, (2-3), 270-276 Downloads View citations (3)

2008

  1. Aging, social capital, and health care utilization in Canada
    Health Economics, Policy and Law, 2008, 3, (04), 393-411 Downloads View citations (18)
  2. The quantile regression approach to efficiency measurement: insights from Monte Carlo simulations
    Health Economics, 2008, 17, (9), 1073-1087 Downloads View citations (8)
    See also Working Paper (2007)

2007

  1. Investment in health when health is stochastic
    Journal of Population Economics, 2007, 20, (2), 423-444 Downloads View citations (9)

2006

  1. 'Stickiness' and 'inflow' as proxy measures of the relative attractiveness of various sub-sectors of nursing employment
    Social Science & Medicine, 2006, 63, (9), 2310-2319 Downloads
  2. A pan-Canadian perspective on institutional long-term care
    Health Policy, 2006, 79, (2-3), 175-194 Downloads View citations (1)
  3. Household responses to public home care programs
    Journal of Health Economics, 2006, 25, (4), 674-701 Downloads View citations (54)

2005

  1. Estimation of panel data models with binary indicators when treatment effects are not constant over time
    Economics Letters, 2005, 88, (3), 389-396 Downloads View citations (50)
    See also Working Paper (2005)

2004

  1. Do economic cycles have a permanent effect on population health? Revisiting the Brenner hypothesis
    Health Economics, 2004, 13, (8), 767-779 Downloads View citations (24)

2003

  1. Income inequality and mortality: time series evidence from Canada
    Health Policy, 2003, 66, (1), 107-117 Downloads View citations (4)

2002

  1. A note on the use of a single inequality index in testing the effect of income distribution on mortality
    Social Science & Medicine, 2002, 55, (9), 1561-1570 Downloads View citations (7)

Chapters

2014

  1. Chapter 4: Social Capital: An Economic Perspective
    Chapter 4 in The Economics of Social Capital and Health A Conceptual and Empirical Roadmap, 2014, pp 27-43 Downloads
 
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