EACH / Empirical Analysis of Competition in Health Care Markets
The junior research group EACH applies econometric techniques to the study of competition in health care. A main focus is on studying regional competition among providers and competition among payers in the German health care system.
- Jacobs, R., Aylott, L., Doran, T., Gilbody, S., Goddard, M., Gravelle, H., Gutacker, N., Kasteridis, P., Kendrick, T., Ride, J., Kronenberg, C. and A. Mason: Association between incentivised primary care and hospital utilisation for people with serious mental illness: Analysis of linked longitudinal primary and secondary care records. BMJ Open (2018, forthcoming)
- Avdic, D., Lundborg, P. and J. Vikström: Mergers and Birth Outcomes: Evidence from Maternity Ward Closures. Journal of Public Economics (2018, R&R).
- Avdic, D., Lundborg, P. and J. Vikström: Estimating Returns to Hospital Volume: Evidence from Advanced Cancer Surgery. Journal of Health Economics (2018, R&R)
- Avdic, D. and A. Karimi: Modern Family? Paternity Leave and Marital Stability. American Economic Journal: Applied Economics (2018).
- Avdic, D. and M. Karlsson: Growth in Earnings and Health: Nothing is as Practical as a Good Theory. Review of Income and Wealth (2017).
- Bünnings, C., Kleibrink, J. and J. Weßling: Fear of Unemployment and its Effect on the Mental Health of Spouses. Health Economics (2017).
- Büyükdurmus, T., Kopetsch, T., Schmitz, H. and H. Tauchmann: On the Interdependence of Ambulatory and Hospital Care in the German Health System. Health Economics Review (2017).
- Kronenberg, C., Jacobs, R., and E. Zucchelli: The impact of the UK National Minimum Wage on mental health. SSM Population Health (2017).
- Kronenberg, C., Doran, T., Goddard, M., Kendrick, T., Gilbody, S., Dare, C., Aylott, L. and R. Jacobs: Identifying primary care quality indicators for people with serious mental illness: a systematic review. British Journal of General Practice (2017).
- D. Avdic: Improving Efficiency or Impairing Access? Health Care Consolidation and Quality of Care: Evidence from Emergency Hospital Closures in Sweden. Journal of Health Economics (2016).
- Avdic, D. and P. Johansson: Absenteeism, Gender and The Morbidity–Mortality Paradox. Journal of Applied Econometrics (2016).
- Decker, S. and H. Schmitz: Health Shocks and Risk Aversion. Journal of Health Economics (2016).
- Avdic, D. and M. Gartell: Working While Studying? Student Aid Design and Socioeconomic Achievement Disparities in Higher Education. Labour Economics (2015).
- Bünnings, C. and H. Tauchmann: Who Opts Out of the Statutory Health Insurance? A Discrete Time Hazard Model for Germany. Health Economics (2015).
- Kronenberg, C. and P. Barros: Catastrophic healthcare expenditure – Drivers and protection: The Portuguese case. Health Policy (2014).
- Felder, S. and H. Tauchmann: Federal State Differentials in the Efficiency of Health Production? An Artifact of Spatial Dependence? European Journal of Health Economics (2013).
- Kvasnicka, M. and H. Tauchmann: Much Ado About Nothing? Smoking Bans and Germany’s Hospitality Industry. Applied Economics (2012).
- Augurzky, B. and H. Tauchmann (2011): Less Social Health Insurance, more Private Supplementary Insurance? Empirical Evidence from Germany. Journal of Policy Modeling (2011).