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Working Papers

Undated

  1. An Analysis of Physician Career Decisions Using a Nested Logit Approach
    Working Papers, East Carolina University, Department of Economics

Journal Articles

2016

  1. Pathways and Hidden Benefits of Healthcare Spending Growth in the U.S
    Atlantic Economic Journal, 2016, 44, (3), 363-375 Downloads

2014

  1. Education and HIV Discrimination in Egypt
    Development, 2014, 57, (3-4), 625-632 Downloads

2011

  1. Does more medical care improve population health? New evidence for an old controversy
    Applied Economics, 2011, 43, (24), 3325-3336 Downloads View citations (4)

2008

  1. Determinants of healthcare spending: a state level analysis
    Applied Economics, 2008, 40, (22), 2873-2889 Downloads View citations (3)
  2. Does extending health insurance coverage to the uninsured improve population health outcomes?
    Applied Health Economics and Health Policy, 2008, 6, (4), 217-230 Downloads

2003

  1. How important are economic factors in choice of medical specialty?
    Health Economics, 2003, 12, (1), 67-73 Downloads View citations (8)

2002

  1. Estimating a health production function for the US: some new evidence
    Applied Economics, 2002, 34, (1), 59-62 Downloads View citations (6)

2000

  1. Physician choice of medical specialty: do economic incentives matter?
    Applied Economics, 2000, 32, (11), 1419-1428 Downloads View citations (9)

1999

  1. The impact of medical malpractice insurance cost on physician behaviour: the role of income and tort signal effects
    Applied Economics, 1999, 31, (7), 779-794 Downloads View citations (3)

1998

  1. Do physicians employ aides efficiently?: Some new evidence on solo practitioners
    Journal of Economics and Finance, 1998, 22, (2), 85-96 Downloads View citations (2)
  2. The labour supply behaviour of self-employed solo practice physicians
    Applied Economics, 1998, 30, (1), 85-94 Downloads View citations (20)

1997

  1. Are malpractice insurance premiums a tort signal that influence physician hours worked?
    Economics Letters, 1997, 55, (3), 403-407 Downloads View citations (1)
  2. The Utility-Maximizing Self-Employed Physician
    Journal of Human Resources, 1997, 32, (1), 98-128 Downloads View citations (23)
 
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