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Working Papers

2019

  1. Marriage Premium with Productivity Heterogeneity
    CESifo Working Paper Series, CESifo Downloads

2017

  1. Marriage Premium and Class
    CESifo Working Paper Series, CESifo Downloads
  2. The effect of house prices on the long-term care market: Evidence from England
    MPRA Paper, University Library of Munich, Germany Downloads

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 View citations (7)

2015

  1. Beauty Premium and Marriage Premium in Search Equilibrium: Theory and Empirical Test
    CESifo Working Paper Series, CESifo Downloads View citations (3)
    See also Journal Article in International Economic Review (2019)

2014

  1. Fertility treatments and the use of twin births as an instrument for fertility
    MPRA Paper, University Library of Munich, Germany Downloads View citations (8)
  2. Health care and social care: complements, substitutes and attributes
    MPRA Paper, University Library of Munich, Germany Downloads View citations (1)
  3. Reconsidering the impact of family size on labour supply: The twin-problems of the twin-birth instrument
    Working Paper Series in Economics, University of Lüneburg, Institute of Economics Downloads View citations (3)

2010

  1. Weighting and valuing quality-adjusted life-years using stated preference methods: preliminary results from the Social Value of a QALY Project
    MPRA Paper, University Library of Munich, Germany Downloads View citations (17)

2005

  1. Disentangling the relationship between health and income
    Health, Econometrics and Data Group (HEDG) Working Papers, HEDG, c/o Department of Economics, University of York Downloads View citations (10)

Undated

  1. Income, Income Inequality and Health: What can we Learn from Aggregate Data?
    Discussion Papers, Department of Economics, University of York Downloads View citations (25)
    See also Journal Article in Social Science & Medicine (2002)

Journal Articles

2021

  1. An Examination of Consistency in the Incremental Approach to Willingness to Pay: Evidence Using Societal Values for NHS Dental Services
    Medical Decision Making, 2021, 41, (4), 465-474 Downloads
  2. COVID-19 and income inequality in OECD countries
    The European Journal of Health Economics, 2021, 22, (3), 455-462 Downloads View citations (11)

2020

  1. Beyond COVID‐19: How the ‘dismal science’ can prepare us for the future
    Health Economics, 2020, 29, (8), 851-853 Downloads

2019

  1. BEAUTY PREMIUM AND MARRIAGE PREMIUM IN SEARCH EQUILIBRIUM: THEORY AND EMPIRICAL TEST
    International Economic Review, 2019, 60, (2), 851-877 Downloads View citations (7)
    See also Working Paper (2015)

2017

  1. Are Immigrants in Favour of Immigration? Evidence from England and Wales
    The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy, 2017, 17, (1), 16 Downloads View citations (2)
  2. Health and Brexit
    Health Economics, 2017, 26, (8), 959-961 Downloads

2016

  1. Economic evaluation of integrated new technologies for health and social care: Suggestions for policy makers, users and evaluators
    Social Science & Medicine, 2016, 169, (C), 141-148 Downloads View citations (2)
  2. Reconsidering the effect of family size on labour supply: the twin problems of the twin birth instrument
    Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series A, 2016, 179, (4), 1093-1115 Downloads View citations (4)

2014

  1. Can Aging in Place Be Cost Effective? A Systematic Review
    PLOS ONE, 2014, 9, (7), 1-6 Downloads View citations (4)
  2. Q‐ING FOR HEALTH—A NEW APPROACH TO ELICITING THE PUBLIC'S VIEWS ON HEALTH CARE RESOURCE ALLOCATION
    Health Economics, 2014, 23, (3), 283-297 Downloads View citations (8)

2013

  1. Public smoking bans and self-assessed health: Evidence from Great Britain
    Economics Letters, 2013, 118, (1), 209-212 Downloads View citations (12)

2011

  1. Deriving distributional weights for QALYs through discrete choice experiments
    Journal of Health Economics, 2011, 30, (2), 466-478 Downloads View citations (42)
  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, (4), 435-447 Downloads View citations (15)

2009

  1. Blood donation and the nature of altruism
    Journal of Health Economics, 2009, 28, (2), 492-503 Downloads View citations (24)

2008

  1. Health, income and relative deprivation: Evidence from the BHPS
    Journal of Health Economics, 2008, 27, (2), 308-324 Downloads View citations (114)

2007

  1. Using relative distributions to investigate the body mass index in England and Canada
    Health Economics, 2007, 16, (9), 929-944 Downloads View citations (14)

2003

  1. A critique of the World Health Organisation's evaluation of health system performance
    Health Economics, 2003, 12, (5), 355-366 Downloads View citations (12)
  2. Health and income inequality: attempting to avoid the aggregation problem
    Applied Economics, 2003, 35, (9), 999-1004 Downloads View citations (18)
  3. Income related inequalities in mental health in Great Britain: analysing the causes of health inequality over time
    Journal of Health Economics, 2003, 22, (2), 295-312 Downloads View citations (66)
  4. Modelling health, income and income inequality: the impact of income inequality on health and health inequality
    Journal of Health Economics, 2003, 22, (4), 521-538 Downloads View citations (28)
  5. The efficiency of health production: re‐estimating the WHO panel data using parametric and non‐parametric approaches to provide additional information
    Health Economics, 2003, 12, (6), 493-504 Downloads View citations (41)

2002

  1. Income, income inequality and health: what can we learn from aggregate data?
    Social Science & Medicine, 2002, 54, (4), 577-589 Downloads View citations (56)
    See also Working Paper

2001

  1. The impact of income inequality on individual and societal health: absolute income, relative income and statistical artefacts
    Health Economics, 2001, 10, (4), 357-361 Downloads View citations (13)
 
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