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Workplace:Centre for Health Economics, Monash Business School, Monash University, (more information at EDIRC)
Monash Business School, Monash University, (more information at EDIRC)

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Working Papers

2003

  1. Diaries or questionnaires for collecting self-reported healthcare utilisation and patient cost data? CHERE Project Report No 20
    Research Reports, CHERE, University of Technology, Sydney Downloads

2002

  1. Deriving welfare measures from stated preference discrete choice modelling experiments, CHERE Discussion Paper No 48
    Discussion Papers, CHERE, University of Technology, Sydney Downloads View citations (7)
  2. New South Wales drug court evaluation: Cost-effectiveness, CHERE Project Report 17a
    Research Reports, CHERE, University of Technology, Sydney Downloads View citations (2)

Journal Articles

2018

  1. Revealed and Stated Preferences of Decision Makers for Priority Setting in Health Technology Assessment: A Systematic Review
    PharmacoEconomics, 2018, 36, (3), 323-340 Downloads

2017

  1. Discrete Choice Experiments: A Guide to Model Specification, Estimation and Software
    PharmacoEconomics, 2017, 35, (7), 697-716 Downloads View citations (11)
  2. Health Preference Research: An Overview
    The Patient: Patient-Centered Outcomes Research, 2017, 10, (4), 507-510 Downloads View citations (1)
  3. Is Dimension Order Important when Valuing Health States Using Discrete Choice Experiments Including Duration?
    PharmacoEconomics, 2017, 35, (4), 439-451 Downloads View citations (1)
  4. Understanding what matters: An exploratory study to investigate the views of the general public for priority setting criteria in health care
    Health Policy, 2017, 121, (6), 653-662 Downloads View citations (2)

2015

  1. Attributes and weights in health care priority setting: A systematic review of what counts and to what extent
    Social Science & Medicine, 2015, 146, (C), 41-52 Downloads View citations (12)

2014

  1. A Systematic Review of Stated Preference Studies Reporting Public Preferences for Healthcare Priority Setting
    The Patient: Patient-Centered Outcomes Research, 2014, 7, (4), 365-386 Downloads View citations (11)
  2. How Important Is Health Status in Defining Quality of Life for Older People? An Exploratory Study of the Views of Older South Australians
    Applied Health Economics and Health Policy, 2014, 12, (1), 73-84 Downloads View citations (4)
  3. Preferences for Oral Anticoagulants in Atrial Fibrillation: a Best–Best Discrete Choice Experiment
    PharmacoEconomics, 2014, 32, (11), 1115-1127 Downloads View citations (7)
  4. Reconceptualising the External Validity of Discrete Choice Experiments
    PharmacoEconomics, 2014, 32, (10), 951-965 Downloads View citations (6)

2013

  1. Best worst discrete choice experiments in health: Methods and an application
    Social Science & Medicine, 2013, 76, (C), 74-82 Downloads View citations (19)

2011

  1. Deriving distributional weights for QALYs through discrete choice experiments
    Journal of Health Economics, 2011, 30, (2), 466-478 Downloads View citations (26)
  2. Searchers vs surveyors in estimating the monetary value of a QALY: resolving a nasty dilemma for NICE
    Health Economics, Policy and Law, 2011, 6, (04), 435-447 Downloads View citations (4)

2009

  1. Choice experiments in health: the good, the bad, the ugly and toward a brighter future
    Health Economics, Policy and Law, 2009, 4, (04), 527-546 Downloads View citations (26)

2008

  1. Conducting Discrete Choice Experiments to Inform Healthcare Decision Making
    PharmacoEconomics, 2008, 26, (8), 661-677 Downloads View citations (52)

2007

  1. Patient preferences for managing asthma: results from a discrete choice experiment
    Health Economics, 2007, 16, (7), 703-717 Downloads View citations (21)
  2. Several methods to investigate relative attribute impact in stated preference experiments
    Social Science & Medicine, 2007, 64, (8), 1738-1753 Downloads View citations (27)

2006

  1. Deleting 'irrational' responses from discrete choice experiments: a case of investigating or imposing preferences?
    Health Economics, 2006, 15, (8), 797-811 Downloads View citations (64)

2005

  1. Discrete choice experiments in health economics
    The European Journal of Health Economics, 2005, 6, (4), 314-316 Downloads View citations (3)

2004

  1. Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of the New South Wales Adult Drug Court Program
    Evaluation Review, 2004, 28, (1), 3-27 Downloads
  2. Deriving welfare measures from discrete choice experiments: a response to Ryan and Santos Silva
    Health Economics, 2004, 13, (9), 919-924 Downloads View citations (4)
  3. Deriving welfare measures from discrete choice experiments: inconsistency between current methods and random utility and welfare theory
    Health Economics, 2004, 13, (9), 901-907 Downloads View citations (28)

Chapters

2014

  1. Choice modelling research in health economics
    Chapter 28 in Handbook of Choice Modelling, 2014, pp 675-687 Downloads
 
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