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- 904: The effect of non-medical factors on variations in the performance of colonoscopy among different health care settings
- Karine Lamiraud, Alberto Holly, Bernard Burnand, Pascal Juillerat, Vincent Wietlisbach, Florian Froehlich, Jean-Jacques Gonvers and John-Paul Vader
- 903: Physicians' working practices: target income, altruistic objectives or a maximization problem ?
- Béatrice Desquins, Alberto Holly and Jacques Huguenin
- 902: Estimation of multivariate probit models by exact maximum likelihood
- Jacques Huguenin, Florian Pelgrin and Alberto Holly
- 901: The impact of information on patient preferences in different delivery patterns: a contingent valuation study of prescription versus OTC drugs
- Karine Lamiraud, Konrade Von Bremen and Cam Donaldson
- 803: Catastrophic health expenditure and household well-being
- Ramses Abul Naga and Karine Lamiraud
- 802: Fourth order pseudo maximum likelihood methods
- Alberto Holly, Alain Montfort and Michael Rockinger
- 801: Does a mandatory telemedicine call prior to visiting a physician reduce costs or simply attract good risks?
- Chantal Grandchamp and Lucien Gardiol
- 704: Intergenerational inequalities in GPs' earnings: experience, time and cohort effects
- Brigitte Dormont and Anne-Laure Samson
- 703: Shifting logics of legitimation in the diffusion of complex innovations
- Stéphane Guérard and Ann Langley
- 702: The influence of supplementary health insurance on switching behaviour: evidence on Swiss data
- Brigitte Dormont, Pierre Geoffard and Karine Lamiraud
- 701: Agent model with a monopoly power: physicians
- Béatrice Desquins, Alberto Holly and Lise Rochaix
- 501: Health expenditures and the demographic rhetoric: reassessing the threat of ageing
- Brigitte Dormont, Michel Grignon and Hélène Huber