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Health Economics, Policy and Law

2006 - 2022

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Volume 17, issue 4, 2022

Privatising, liberalising and dividing a welfare state without affecting universality? Debunking the myths surrounding the rapid rise of private health insurance in Sweden pp. 367-379 Downloads
John Lapidus
Does voluntary health insurance reduce the use of and the willingness to finance public health care in Sweden? pp. 380-397 Downloads
Linn Kullberg, Paula Blomqvist and Ulrika Winblad
How to fairly allocate scarce medical resources? Controversial preferences of healthcare professionals with different personal characteristics pp. 398-415 Downloads
Micaela Pinho and Alexandra Araújo
Value-based evidence across health care sectors: a push for transparent real-world studies, data, and evidence dissemination pp. 416-427 Downloads
Remon W. M. van den Broek, Robert J. Matheis, Jennifer L. Bright, Tessa E. Hartog and Eleanor M. Perfetto
If you were a policymaker, which treatment would you disinvest? A participatory value evaluation on public preferences for active disinvestment of health care interventions in the Netherlands pp. 428-443 Downloads
A. H. Rotteveel, M. S. Lambooij, E. A. B. Over, J. I. Hernández, A. W. M. Suijkerbuijk, A. T. de Blaeij, G. A. de Wit and N. Mouter
The normative grounds for NICE decision-making: a narrative cross-disciplinary review of empirical studies pp. 444-470 Downloads
Victoria Charlton
Impact on the NHS and health of the UK's trade and cooperation relationship with the EU, and beyond pp. 471-496 Downloads
Nick Fahy, Tamara Hervey, Mark Dayan, Mark Flear, Michael J. Galsworthy, Scott Greer, Holly Jarman, Martha McCarey, Martin McKee and Matthew Wood

Volume 17, issue 3, 2022

Physician behaviour, malpractice risk and defensive medicine: an investigation of cesarean deliveries pp. 247-265 Downloads
David Mushinski, Sammy Zahran and Aanston Frazier
Clinical negligence cases in the English NHS: uncertainty in evidence as a driver of settlement costs and societal outcomes pp. 266-281 Downloads
Alexander W. Carter, Elias Mossialos, Julian Redhead and Vassilios Papalois
Do patients benefit from legislation regulating step therapy? pp. 282-297 Downloads
Louis Tharp and Zoe Rothblatt
Past experiences with surprise medical bills drive issue knowledge, concern and attitudes toward federal policy intervention pp. 298-331 Downloads
Timothy Callaghan, Simon F. Haeder and Steven Sylvester
Does Medicaid expansion influence county health spending? A case of New York counties pp. 332-347 Downloads
Shihyun Noh and Ji-Hyung Park
Pricing strategies, executive committee power and negotiation leverage in New Zealand's containment of public spending on pharmaceuticals pp. 348-365 Downloads
Ben Main, Marcell Csanadi and Piotr Ozieranski

Volume 17, issue 2, 2022

Alternative provision of public health care: the role of citizens' satisfaction with public services and the social responsibility of government pp. 121-140 Downloads
Nissim Cohen, Shlomo Mizrahi and Eran Vigoda-Gadot
Conceptualising equity in the impact evaluation of chronic disease management programmes: a capabilities approach pp. 141-156 Downloads
Ina Tapager, Kristian Schultz Hansen and Karsten Vrangbæk
Can Asia provide models for tax-based European health systems? A comparative study of Singapore and Sweden pp. 157-174 Downloads
Richard B. Saltman, Ming-Jui Yeh and Yu Liu
An application of PCA-DEA with the double-bootstrap approach to estimate the technical efficiency of New Zealand District Health Boards pp. 175-199 Downloads
Antony Andrews
Observations from a small country: mental health policy, services and nursing in Wales pp. 200-211 Downloads
Ben Hannigan
Resilient managed competition during pandemics: lessons from the Italian experience during COVID-19 pp. 212-219 Downloads
Joan Costa Font, Rosella Levaggi and Gilberto Turati
Resilient managed competition during pandemics: lessons from the Italian experience pp. 220-223 Downloads
Germà Bel and Marc Esteve
Answers in search of questions: what does the comparison of COVID19 data among regions in Northern Italy tell us? pp. 224-226 Downloads
Luke B. Connelly and Stephen Birch
Health economics and emergence from COVID-19 lockdown: the great big marginal analysis pp. 227-231 Downloads
Cam Donaldson and Craig Mitton
Ireland's takeover of private hospitals during the COVID-19 pandemic pp. 232-237 Downloads
Julien Mercille, Brian Turner and Donnacha Seán Lucey
World-beating? Testing Britain's Covid response and tracing the explanation pp. 238-245 Downloads
Calum Paton

Volume 17, issue 1, 2022

Response to COVID-19: was Italy (un)prepared? pp. 1-13 Downloads
Iris Bosa, Adriana Castelli, Michele Castelli, Oriana Ciani, Amelia Compagni, Matteo Galizzi, Matteo Garofano, Simone Ghislandi, Margherita Giannoni, Giorgia Marini and Milena Vainieri
France's response to the Covid-19 pandemic: between a rock and a hard place pp. 14-26 Downloads
Zeynep Or, Coralie Gandré, Isabelle Durand Zaleski and Monika Steffen
Unmasking a health care system: the Dutch policy response to the Covid-19 crisis pp. 27-36 Downloads
Iris Wallenburg, Jan-Kees Helderman, Patrick Jeurissen and Roland Bal
Belgium's response to the COVID-19 pandemic pp. 37-47 Downloads
Jeroen Luyten and Erik Schokkaert
Soft law and individual responsibility: a review of the Swedish policy response to COVID-19 pp. 48-61 Downloads
Ulrika Winblad, Anna-Karin Swenning and Douglas Spangler
United States response to the COVID-19 pandemic, January–November 2020 pp. 62-75 Downloads
Mathew Alexander, Lynn Unruh, Andriy Koval and William Belanger
The federal government and Canada's COVID-19 responses: from ‘we're ready, we're prepared’ to ‘fires are burning’ pp. 76-94 Downloads
Sara Allin, Tiffany Fitzpatrick, Gregory P. Marchildon and Amélie Quesnel-Vallée
Australia's Response to COVID-19 pp. 95-106 Downloads
Anika Stobart and Stephen Duckett
Going hard and early: Aotearoa New Zealand's response to Covid-19 pp. 107-119 Downloads
Jacqueline Cumming
Alternative provision of public health care: the role of citizens’ satisfaction with public services and the social responsibility of government – ERRATUM pp. 120-120 Downloads
N. Cohen, S. Mizrahi and E. Vigoda-Gadot

Volume 16, issue 4, 2021

Why we need to face up to the ageing population? pp. 379-382 Downloads
Anna Dixon
Learning from health system reform trajectories in seven Canadian provinces pp. 383-399 Downloads
Susan Usher, Jean-Louis Denis, Johanne Préval, Ross Baker, Samia Chreim, Sara Kreindler, Mylaine Breton and Élizabeth Côté-Boileau
Evolution of the determinants of unmet health care needs in a universal health care system: Canada, 2001–2014 pp. 400-423 Downloads
Ian Allan and Mehdi Ammi
(Re)defining legitimacy in Canadian drug assessment policy? Comparing ideas over time pp. 424-439 Downloads
Katherine Boothe
Broadening the application of health technology assessment in the Netherlands: a worthwhile destination but not an easy ride? pp. 440-456 Downloads
Joost J. Enzing, Saskia Knies, Bert Boer and Werner Brouwer
Necessity under construction – societal weighing rationality in the appraisal of health care technologies pp. 457-472 Downloads
Tineke Kleinhout-Vliek, Antoinette de Bont and Bert Boer
Internal barriers to efficiency: why disinvestments are so difficult. Identifying and addressing internal barriers to disinvestment of health technologies pp. 473-488 Downloads
Bjørn Hofmann
Organising Research and Development for evidence-informed health care: some universal characteristics and a case study from the UK pp. 489-504 Downloads
Anthony Culyer and Kalipso Chalkidou
Exorcising the positivist ghost in the priority-setting machine: NICE and the demise of the ‘social value judgement’ pp. 505-511 Downloads
Victoria Charlton and Albert Weale

Volume 16, issue 3, 2021

Trump v. The ACA pp. 251-255 Downloads
Michael K. Gusmano, Michael S. Sparer and Lawrence D. Brown
Challenges to sovereign ambitions: forces of convergence and divergence within the global pharmaceutical sector and the UK's withdrawal from the European Union pp. 256-272 Downloads
John S. F. Wright and Dimitrios Doukas
Cooperation amongst insurers on enhancing quality of care: precondition or substitute for competition? pp. 273-289 Downloads
Karel C. F. Stolper, Lieke H.H.M. Boonen, Frederik T. Schut and Marco Varkevisser
Assessing the potential impact on health of the UK's future relationship agreement with the EU: analysis of the negotiating positions pp. 290-307 Downloads
Nick Fahy, Tamara Hervey, Mark Dayan, Mark Flear, Mike Galsworthy, Scott Greer, Holly Jarman and Martin McKee
Tort reform: do details matter? pp. 308-324 Downloads
Rachel G. Childers
The constitutional economics of the World Health Organization pp. 325-339 Downloads
Eric C. Ip
Explaining system-level change in welfare governance: the role of policy indeterminacy and concatenations of social mechanisms pp. 340-354 Downloads
Edoardo Ongaro and Francesco Longo
Mandatory reporting legislation in Canada: improving systems for patient safety? pp. 355-370 Downloads
C. Milligan, S. Allin, M. Farr, E. Farmanova, A. Peckham, J. Byrd, R. Misfeldt, G. R. Baker and G. P. Marchildon
Expanding health care coverage in Canada: a dramatic shift in the debate pp. 371-377 Downloads
Gregory P. Marchildon and Carolyn H. Tuohy

Volume 16, issue 2, 2021

The ‘Netflix plus model’: can subscription financing improve access to medicines in low- and middle-income countries? pp. 113-123 Downloads
Avi Cherla, Natasha Howard and Elias Mossialos
Regulating private medical institutions: a case study of China pp. 124-137 Downloads
Ziyu Liu
Exploring differences between private and public prices in the English care homes market pp. 138-153 Downloads
Stephen Allan, Katerina Gousia and Julien Forder
Physicians' attitudes towards accelerated access to medicines pp. 154-169 Downloads
Jessica Pace, Ian Kerridge, Sallie Pearson and Wendy Lipworth
Double-edged sword of federalism: variation in essential health benefits for mental health and substance use disorder coverage in states pp. 170-182 Downloads
Charley E. Willison, Phillip M. Singer and Kyle L. Grazier
Explaining health system responses to public reporting of cardiac surgery mortality in England and the USA pp. 183-200 Downloads
Mark Exworthy, Jon Gabe, Ian Rees Jones and Glenn Smith
State strategies to address medicaid prescription spending: negotiated pricing vs price transparency pp. 201-215 Downloads
Shihyun Noh, Christian L. Janousek and Ji Hyung Park
Preserving social equity in marketized primary care: strategies in Sweden pp. 216-231 Downloads
Ulrika Winblad, David Isaksson and Paula Blomqvist
Changes in the balance between formal and informal care supply in England between 2001 and 2011: evidence from census data pp. 232-249 Downloads
Valentina Zigante, Jose Luis Fernandez and Fernanda Mazzotta

Volume 16, issue 1, 2021

Reinterpreting the health in all policies obligation in Article 168 TFEU: the first step towards making enforcement a realistic prospect pp. 8-22 Downloads
Oliver Bartlett and Anja Naumann
A tribute to the foot soldiers: European health agencies in the fight against antimicrobial resistance pp. 23-37 Downloads
Thibaud Deruelle
EU mental health governance and citizen participation: a global governmentality perspective pp. 38-50 Downloads
Kristin Edquist
Neither protective nor harmonized: the crossborder regulation of medical devices in the EU pp. 51-63 Downloads
Holly Jarman, Sarah Rozenblum and Tiffany J. Huang
Excessive pricing in the pharmaceutical industry: adding another string to the bow of EU competition law pp. 64-75 Downloads
Diletta Danieli
The role of EU competition law in health care and the ‘undertaking’ concept pp. 76-89 Downloads
Johan W. van de Gronden and Mary Guy
Health, federalism and the European Union: lessons from comparative federalism about the European Union pp. 90-103 Downloads
Scott L. Greer
Transforming health care: the policy and politics of service reconfiguration in the UK's four health systems – CORRIGENDUM pp. 111-111 Downloads
Ellen Stewart, Scott L. Greer, Angelo Ercia and Peter D. Donnelly
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