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2019, volume 28, issue 8

How do economic downturns affect the mental health of children? Evidence from the National Health Interview Survey pp. 955-970 Downloads
Ezra Golberstein, Gilbert Gonzales and Ellen Meara
Development of clinical value unit method for calculating patient costs pp. 971-983 Downloads
Malgorzata Cyganska, Piotr Cyganski and Chris Pyke
Investigating the relationship between formal and informal care: An application using panel data for people living together pp. 984-997 Downloads
Sean Urwin, Yiu‐Shing Lau and Thomas Mason
Roommate effects in health outcomes pp. 998-1034 Downloads
Paul Frijters, Asad Islam, Chitwan Lalji and Debayan Pakrashi
The impact of pharmaceutical marketing on market access, treatment coverage, pricing, and social welfare pp. 1035-1051 Downloads
Gregory J. Critchley and Gregory S. Zaric
Methods for public health economic evaluation: A Delphi survey of decision makers in English and Welsh local government pp. 1052-1063 Downloads
Emma Frew and Katie Breheny
Rabin's paradox for health outcomes pp. 1064-1071 Downloads
Stefan A. Lipman and Arthur E. Attema

2019, volume 28, issue 7

Did UberX reduce ambulance volume? pp. 817-829 Downloads
Leon Moskatel and David Slusky
How do hospitals respond to price changes in emergency departments? pp. 830-842 Downloads
Beth Parkinson, Rachel Meacock and Matt Sutton
QALYs without bias? Nonparametric correction of time trade‐off and standard gamble weights based on prospect theory pp. 843-854 Downloads
Stefan A. Lipman, Werner B.F. Brouwer and Arthur E. Attema
Do cancer treatments have option value? Real‐world evidence from metastatic melanoma pp. 855-867 Downloads
Meng Li, Anirban Basu, Caroline S. Bennette, David L. Veenstra and Louis P. Garrison
Information presentation and consumer choice: Evidence from Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) Success Rate Reports pp. 868-883 Downloads
Bingxiao Wu
A direct regression approach to decomposing socioeconomic inequality of health pp. 884-905 Downloads
Roselinde Kessels and Guido Erreygers
Act now: The effects of the 2008 Spanish disability reform pp. 906-920 Downloads
Matthew J. Hill, José Silva and Judit Vall Castello
The mortality effects of changing public funding for home health care: An empirical analysis of Medicare home health care in the United States pp. 921-936 Downloads
Chiara Orsini
Testing for family influences on obesity: The role of genetic nurture pp. 937-952 Downloads
John Cawley, Euna Han, Jiyoon Kim and Edward C. Norton

2019, volume 28, issue 6

Here comes the SUN: Self‐assessed unmet need, worsening health outcomes, and health care inequity pp. 727-735 Downloads
Grant Gibson, Michel Grignon, Jeremiah Hurley and Li Wang
The influence of misperceptions about social norms on substance use among school‐aged adolescents pp. 736-747 Downloads
Aliaksandr Amialchuk, Olugbenga Ajilore and Kevin Egan
Estimating conversion rates: A new empirical strategy with an application to health care in Italy pp. 748-764 Downloads
Enrica Chiappero‐Martinetti, Paola Salardi and Francesco Scervini
Measuring catastrophic medical expenditures: Reflections on three issues pp. 765-781 Downloads
Adam Wagstaff
Do differences in reported expenditures between household scanner data and expenditure surveys matter in health policy research? pp. 782-800 Downloads
Chen Zhen, Mary Muth, Abigail Okrent, Shawn Karns, Derick Brown and Peter Siegel
Beyond the cost‐effectiveness acceptability curve: The appropriateness of rank probabilities for presenting the results of economic evaluation in multiple technology appraisal pp. 801-807 Downloads
David Epstein
Economic downturns and nurse attachment to federal employment pp. 808-814 Downloads
Danyao Li, Michael R. Richards and Coady Wing

2019, volume 28, issue 5

How does birth weight affect health and human capital? A short‐ and long‐term evaluation pp. 597-617 Downloads
Marie Baguet and Christelle Dumas
Does hospital competition improve efficiency? The effect of the patient choice reform in England pp. 618-640 Downloads
Francesco Longo, Luigi Siciliani, Giuseppe Moscelli and Hugh Gravelle
Measuring patient trust: Comparing measures from a survey and an economic experiment pp. 641-652 Downloads
Roxanne J. Kovacs, Mylene Lagarde and John Cairns
Frequentist and Bayesian meta‐regression of health state utilities for multiple myeloma incorporating systematic review and analysis of individual patient data pp. 653-665 Downloads
Anthony J. Hatswell, Darren Burns, Gianluca Baio and Frances Wadelin
Health insurance and opioid deaths: Evidence from the Affordable Care Act young adult provision pp. 666-677 Downloads
Gal Wettstein
What is the marginal benefit of payment‐induced family care? Impact on Medicaid spending and health of care recipients pp. 678-692 Downloads
Norma B. Coe, Jing Guo, R. Tamara Konetzka and Courtney Van Houtven
Why prevent when it does not pay? Prevention when health services are credence goods pp. 693-709 Downloads
Felix C.H. Gottschalk
Use of instrumental variables for endogenous treatment at the provider level pp. 710-716 Downloads
R. Tamara Konetzka, Fan Yang and Rachel M. Werner
Testing the myth of fee‐for‐service and overprovision in health care pp. 717-722 Downloads
Sibilla Di Guida, Dorte Gyrd‐Hansen and Anne Sophie Oxholm

2019, volume 28, issue 4

Heterogeneous effects of obesity on mental health: Evidence from Mexico pp. 447-460 Downloads
Olivier Bargain and Jinan Zeidan
User fee exemption and maternal health care utilisation at mission health facilities in Malawi: An application of disequilibrium theory of demand and supply pp. 461-474 Downloads
Gerald Manthalu
Government doctor absenteeism and its effects on consumer demand in rural north India pp. 475-491 Downloads
Richard A. Iles
Entry regulation and the effect of public reporting: Evidence from Home Health Compare pp. 492-516 Downloads
Bingxiao Wu, Jeah Jung, Hyunjee Kim and Daniel Polsky
The impact of integration on outpatient chemotherapy use and spending in Medicare pp. 517-528 Downloads
Jeah Jung, Roger Feldman and Yamini Kalidindi
Unmet health care and health care utilization pp. 529-542 Downloads
Hana Bataineh, Rose Anne Devlin and Vicky Barham
Can the unemployed be trained to care for the elderly? The effects of subsidized training in elderly care pp. 543-555 Downloads
Christine Dauth and Julia Lang
Investing in antibiotics to alleviate future catastrophic outcomes: What is the value of having an effective antibiotic to mitigate pandemic influenza? pp. 556-571 Downloads
Itamar Megiddo, Dusan Drabik, Tim Bedford, Alec Morton, Justus Wesseler and Ramanan Laxminarayan
For better or worse? Investigating the validity of best–worst discrete choice experiments in health pp. 572-586 Downloads
Nicolas Krucien, Jonathan Sicsic and Mandy Ryan
The price elasticity of quantity, and of quality, for tobacco products pp. 587-593 Downloads
John Gibson and Bonggeun Kim

2019, volume 28, issue 3

Dishonesty in health care practice: A behavioral experiment on upcoding in neonatology pp. 319-338 Downloads
Heike Hennig‐Schmidt, Hendrik Jürges and Daniel Wiesen
The effect of cancer diagnosis on switching health insurance in medicare pp. 339-349 Downloads
Brett Lissenden
Attribute level overlap (and color coding) can reduce task complexity, improve choice consistency, and decrease the dropout rate in discrete choice experiments pp. 350-363 Downloads
Marcel F. Jonker, Bas Donkers, Esther de Bekker‐Grob and Elly A. Stolk
Can productivity growth measures identify best performing hospitals? Evidence from the English National Health Service pp. 364-372 Downloads
María José Aragón Aragón, Adriana Castelli, Martin Chalkley and James Gaughan
Job sick leave: Detecting opportunistic behavior pp. 373-386 Downloads
Carlo Alberto Biscardo, Alessandro Bucciol and Paolo Pertile
Prospective payment systems and discretionary coding—Evidence from English mental health providers pp. 387-402 Downloads
Giuseppe Moscelli, Rowena Jacobs, Nils Gutacker, Maria Jose Aragón, Martin Chalkley, Anne Mason and Jan Böhnke
The effect of prescription drug insurance on health behavior: Evidence from Medicare Part D pp. 403-418 Downloads
Abraham Abebe Asfaw
The effects of e‐cigarette minimum legal sale age laws on youth substance use pp. 419-436 Downloads
Dhaval Dave, Bo Feng and Michael Pesko
Economic conditions and sleep pp. 437-442 Downloads
Paul Niekamp

2019, volume 28, issue 2

Excess influenza hospital admissions and costs due to the 2009 H1N1 pandemic in England pp. 175-188 Downloads
Krystal Lau, Katharina Hauck and Marisa Miraldo
Who benefits most in disease management programs: Improving target efficiency pp. 189-203 Downloads
Timothy Simcoe, Maryaline Catillon and Paul Gertler
Early HIV treatment and labour outcomes: A case study of mining workers in South Africa pp. 204-218 Downloads
Declan French, Jonathan Brink and Till Bärnighausen
Impacts of the ACA Medicaid expansion on health behaviors: Evidence from household panel data pp. 219-244 Downloads
Chad Cotti, Erik Nesson and Nathan Tefft
Hospital responses to price shocks under the prospective payment system pp. 245-260 Downloads
Eunhae Shin
The impact of financial incentives on health and health care: Evidence from a large wellness program pp. 261-279 Downloads
Liran Einav, Stephanie Lee and Jonathan Levin
How robust are reference pricing studies on outpatient medical procedures? Three different preprocessing techniques applied to difference‐in differences pp. 280-298 Downloads
Timothy Tyler Brown and Juan Pablo Atal
Interdependency in vaccination policies among Japanese municipalities pp. 299-310 Downloads
Shun‐ichiro Bessho and Yoko Ibuka
Regional prevalence of health worker absenteeism in Tanzania pp. 311-316 Downloads
Tomoki Fujii

2019, volume 28, issue 1

How much does birth weight matter for child health in developing countries? Estimates from siblings and twins pp. 3-22 Downloads
Mark McGovern
Monthly spending dynamics of the elderly following a health shock: Evidence from Singapore pp. 23-43 Downloads
Terence C. Cheng, Jing Li and Rhema Vaithianathan
The effects of import competition on health in the local economy pp. 44-56 Downloads
Matthew Lang, Thomas McManus and Georg Schaur
Limited self‐control and longevity pp. 57-64 Downloads
Holger Strulik
The effect of weight on labor market outcomes: An application of genetic instrumental variables pp. 65-77 Downloads
Petri Böckerman, John Cawley, Jutta Viinikainen, Terho Lehtimäki, Suvi Rovio, Ilkka Seppälä, Jaakko Pehkonen and Olli Raitakari
Effects of state education requirements for substance use prevention pp. 78-86 Downloads
Christopher S. Carpenter, Tim A. Bruckner, Thurston Domina, Julie Gerlinger and Sara Wakefield
A cost‐effectiveness threshold based on the marginal returns of cardiovascular hospital spending pp. 87-100 Downloads
Pieter van Baal, Meg Perry‐Duxbury, Pieter Bakx, Matthijs Versteegh, Eddy van Doorslaer and Werner Brouwer
Pharmaceutical expenditure and gross domestic product: Evidence of simultaneous effects using a two‐step instrumental variables strategy pp. 101-122 Downloads
Mujaheed Shaikh and Afschin Gandjour
Does global drug innovation correspond to burden of disease? The neglected diseases in developed and developing countries pp. 123-143 Downloads
Eliana Barrenho, Marisa Miraldo and Peter C. Smith
Estimating misreporting in condom use and its determinants among sex workers: Evidence from the list randomisation method pp. 144-160 Downloads
Carole Treibich and Aurélia Lépine
The effect of personalised weight feedback on weight loss and health behaviours: Evidence from a regression discontinuity design pp. 161-172 Downloads
William Cook
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