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Workplace:Erasmus School of Health Policy & Management, Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam (Erasmus University of Rotterdam), (more information at EDIRC)
Capaciteitsgroep Toegepaste Economie (Department of Applied Economics), Faculteit der Economische Wetenschappen (Erasmus School of Economics), Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam (Erasmus University of Rotterdam), (more information at EDIRC)
Erasmus Happiness Economics Research Organization (EHERO), Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam (Erasmus University of Rotterdam), (more information at EDIRC)

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Working Papers

2016

  1. From representing views to representativeness of views: Illustrating a new (Q2S) approach in the context of health care priority setting in nine European countries
    Post-Print, HAL
    See also Journal Article in Social Science & Medicine (2016)

2015

  1. Public views on principles for health care priority setting: Findings of a European cross-country study using Q methodology
    Post-Print, HAL
    See also Journal Article in Social Science & Medicine (2015)

2014

  1. Extending life for people with a terminal illness: a moral right or an expensive death? Exploring societal perspectives
    Health Economics Working Paper Series, Glasgow Caledonian University, Yunus Centre Downloads
  2. New findings from the TTO for income approach to elicit willingness to pay for a QALY
    MPRA Paper, University Library of Munich, Germany Downloads

2012

  1. Your right arm for a publication in AER?
    MPRA Paper, University Library of Munich, Germany Downloads View citations (1)
    See also Journal Article in Economic Inquiry (2014)

2009

  1. Measuring the value of life: exploring a new method for deriving the monetary value of a QALY
    MPRA Paper, University Library of Munich, Germany Downloads View citations (1)
  2. The impact of losses in income due to ill health: does the EQ-5D reflect lost earnings?
    MPRA Paper, University Library of Munich, Germany Downloads View citations (1)

Journal Articles

2019

  1. How to value safety in economic evaluations in health care? A review of applications in different sectors
    The European Journal of Health Economics, 2019, 20, (7), 1041-1061 Downloads
  2. The Monetary Value of Informal Care: Obtaining Pure Time Valuations Using a Discrete Choice Experiment
    PharmacoEconomics, 2019, 37, (4), 531-540 Downloads

2018

  1. Are life-extending treatments for terminal illnesses a special case? Exploring choices and societal viewpoints
    Social Science & Medicine, 2018, 198, (C), 61-69 Downloads
  2. Is “end of life†a special case? Connecting Q with survey methods to measure societal support for views on the value of life†extending treatments
    Health Economics, 2018, 27, (5), 819-831 Downloads
  3. Looking back and moving forward: On the application of proportional shortfall in healthcare priority setting in the Netherlands
    Health Policy, 2018, 122, (6), 621-629 Downloads View citations (2)
  4. New professional roles and patient satisfaction: Evidence from a European survey along three clinical pathways
    Health Policy, 2018, 122, (10), 1078-1084 Downloads View citations (1)

2017

  1. A short note on measuring subjective life expectancy: survival probabilities versus point estimates
    The European Journal of Health Economics, 2017, 18, (1), 7-12 Downloads
  2. Acceptable health and priority weighting: Discussing a reference-level approach using sufficientarian reasoning
    Social Science & Medicine, 2017, 181, (C), 158-167 Downloads
  3. Measuring Care-Related Quality of Life of Caregivers for Use in Economic Evaluations: CarerQol Tariffs for Australia, Germany, Sweden, UK, and US
    PharmacoEconomics, 2017, 35, (4), 469-478 Downloads View citations (1)
  4. The impact of the design of payment scales on the willingness to pay for health gains
    The European Journal of Health Economics, 2017, 18, (6), 743-760 Downloads View citations (1)

2016

  1. Are some QALYs more equal than others?
    The European Journal of Health Economics, 2016, 17, (2), 117-127 Downloads View citations (2)
  2. From representing views to representativeness of views: Illustrating a new (Q2S) approach in the context of health care priority setting in nine European countries
    Social Science & Medicine, 2016, 166, (C), 205-213 Downloads View citations (1)
    See also Working Paper (2016)
  3. Measuring Health Spillovers for Economic Evaluation: A Case Study in Meningitis
    Health Economics, 2016, 25, (12), 1529-1544 Downloads View citations (2)

2015

  1. Costs and effects of new professional roles: Evidence from a literature review
    Health Policy, 2015, 119, (9), 1176-1187 Downloads View citations (4)
  2. Do people desire to be healthier than other people? A short note on positional concerns for health
    The European Journal of Health Economics, 2015, 16, (1), 47-54 Downloads View citations (4)
  3. Does Including Informal Care in Economic Evaluations Matter? A Systematic Review of Inclusion and Impact of Informal Care in Cost-Effectiveness Studies
    PharmacoEconomics, 2015, 33, (2), 123-135 Downloads View citations (4)
  4. Public views on principles for health care priority setting: Findings of a European cross-country study using Q methodology
    Social Science & Medicine, 2015, 126, (C), 128-137 Downloads View citations (5)
    See also Working Paper (2015)
  5. Valuing QALYs in Relation to Equity Considerations Using a Discrete Choice Experiment
    PharmacoEconomics, 2015, 33, (12), 1289-1300 Downloads View citations (6)

2014

  1. Subjective health expectations at biological therapy initiation: a survey of rheumatoid arthritis patients and rheumatologists
    The European Journal of Health Economics, 2014, 15, (1), 83-92 Downloads View citations (2)
  2. The Value of a QALY: Individual Willingness to Pay for Health Gains Under Risk
    PharmacoEconomics, 2014, 32, (1), 75-86 Downloads View citations (11)
  3. YOUR RIGHT ARM FOR A PUBLICATION IN AER?
    Economic Inquiry, 2014, 52, (1), 495-502 Downloads View citations (10)
    See also Working Paper (2012)

2013

  1. Balancing equity and efficiency in the Dutch basic benefits package using the principle of proportional shortfall
    The European Journal of Health Economics, 2013, 14, (1), 107-115 Downloads View citations (17)
  2. How to Include Informal Care in Economic Evaluations
    PharmacoEconomics, 2013, 31, (12), 1105-1119 Downloads View citations (5)
  3. VALUING QALY GAINS BY APPLYING A SOCIETAL PERSPECTIVE
    Health Economics, 2013, 22, (10), 1272-1281 Downloads View citations (2)

2012

  1. Does the EQ-5D Reflect Lost Earnings?
    PharmacoEconomics, 2012, 30, (1), 47-61 Downloads View citations (6)
  2. GET MORE, PAY MORE? An elaborate test of construct validity of willingness to pay per QALY estimates obtained through contingent valuation
    Journal of Health Economics, 2012, 31, (1), 158-168 Downloads View citations (7)
  3. Putting your money where your mouth is: Parents' valuation of good oral health of their children
    Social Science & Medicine, 2012, 75, (12), 2200-2206 Downloads

2011

  1. Discounting future health gains: an empirical enquiry into the influence of growing life expectancy
    Health Economics, 2011, 20, (1), 111-119 Downloads
  2. I can do perfectly well without a car!
    Transportation, 2011, 38, (3), 383-407 Downloads View citations (2)

2010

  1. Caring for and caring about: Disentangling the caregiver effect and the family effect
    Journal of Health Economics, 2010, 29, (4), 549-556 Downloads View citations (28)
  2. Perceptions of public transport travel time and their effect on choice-sets among car drivers
    The Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2010, 2, (3), 75-86 Downloads View citations (11)
  3. Piecing the jigsaw puzzle of adolescent happiness
    Journal of Economic Psychology, 2010, 31, (6), 923-935 Downloads View citations (12)
  4. The value of informal care-a further investigation of the feasibility of contingent valuation in informal caregivers
    Health Economics, 2010, 19, (7), 755-771 Downloads View citations (10)

2009

  1. Could you also have made this trip by another mode? An investigation of perceived travel possibilities of car and train travellers on the main travel corridors to the city of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
    Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 2009, 43, (4), 374-385 Downloads View citations (22)
  2. Some pain, no gain: experiences with the no-claim rebate in the Dutch health care system
    Health Economics, Policy and Law, 2009, 4, (04), 405-424 Downloads View citations (5)
  3. When strike comes to town... anticipated and actual behavioural reactions to a one-day, pre-announced, complete rail strike in the Netherlands
    Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 2009, 43, (5), 526-535 Downloads View citations (6)

2008

  1. Give me a break!: Informal caregiver attitudes towards respite care
    Health Policy, 2008, 88, (1), 73-87 Downloads View citations (2)
  2. Welfarism vs. extra-welfarism
    Journal of Health Economics, 2008, 27, (2), 325-338 Downloads View citations (31)
  3. When Time is Not on Your Side
    The Patient: Patient-Centered Outcomes Research, 2008, 1, (1), 55-71 Downloads

2007

  1. Care for a break? An investigation of informal caregivers' attitudes toward respite care using Q-methodology
    Health Policy, 2007, 83, (2-3), 332-342 Downloads View citations (5)

2006

  1. "Everyone dies, so you might as well have fun!" Attitudes of Dutch youths about their health lifestyle
    Social Science & Medicine, 2006, 63, (10), 2628-2639 Downloads View citations (5)
  2. Economic valuation of informal care: Lessons from the application of the opportunity costs and proxy good methods
    Social Science & Medicine, 2006, 62, (4), 835-845 Downloads View citations (28)
  3. Respite care--An explorative study of demand and use in Dutch informal caregivers
    Health Policy, 2006, 78, (2-3), 194-208 Downloads View citations (2)
  4. With a little help from an anchor: Discussion and evidence of anchoring effects in contingent valuation
    Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics (formerly The Journal of Socio-Economics), 2006, 35, (5), 836-853 Downloads View citations (11)

2005

  1. Acceptability of less than perfect health states
    Social Science & Medicine, 2005, 60, (2), 237-246 Downloads View citations (11)
  2. Economic valuation of informal care: The conjoint measurement method applied to informal caregiving
    Social Science & Medicine, 2005, 61, (6), 1342-1355 Downloads View citations (20)
  3. Economic valuation of informal care: the contingent valuation method applied to informal caregiving
    Health Economics, 2005, 14, (2), 169-183 Downloads View citations (21)
  4. Expectations regarding length and health related quality of life: Some empirical findings
    Social Science & Medicine, 2005, 61, (5), 1083-1094 Downloads View citations (9)
  5. Influence of waiting time on cost-effectiveness
    Social Science & Medicine, 2005, 60, (11), 2501-2504 Downloads View citations (3)
  6. Process utility from providing informal care: the benefit of caring
    Health Policy, 2005, 74, (1), 85-99 Downloads View citations (21)

2004

  1. Discounting in decision making: the consistency argument revisited empirically
    Health Policy, 2004, 67, (2), 187-194 Downloads View citations (1)
  2. The desire for support and respite care: preferences of Dutch informal caregivers
    Health Policy, 2004, 68, (3), 309-320 Downloads View citations (5)

2003

  1. Should I stay or should I go? Waiting lists and cross-border care in the Netherlands
    Health Policy, 2003, 63, (3), 289-298 Downloads View citations (8)

2002

  1. EU involvement in TEN development: network effects and European value added
    Transport Policy, 2002, 9, (4), 299-311 Downloads View citations (13)
  2. Productivity costs before and after absence from work: as important as common?
    Health Policy, 2002, 61, (2), 173-187 Downloads View citations (4)

2001

  1. Public transport strikes and traveller behaviour
    Transport Policy, 2001, 8, (4), 237-246 Downloads View citations (23)
 
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