CINCH working paper series

The purpose of the CINCH working paper series is to disseminate research in health economics and encourage discussion in the fields of economic policy and competition in the health care sector. The series is targeted towards publishing ongoing high-quality research covering a wide range of topics within health economics, including both theoretical, empirical and experimental contributions.

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2017/03

Berniell, Inés and Jan Bietenbeck - The Effect of Working Hours on  Health

2017/02

Bertoni, Marco, Giorgio Brunello, and Gianluca Mazzarella - Does Postponing Minimum Retirement Age Improve Healthy Behaviors before Retirement? Evidence from Middle-Aged Italian Workers

2017/01

Baird, Matthew, Lindsay Daugherty, and Krishna Kumar - Improving Estimation of Labor Market Disequilibrium through Inclusion of Shortage Indicators

2016/06
Sandner, Malte - Effects of Early Childhood Intervention on Fertility and Maternal Employment: Evidence from a Randomized Controlled Trial

2016/05
Sarah M. Hofmann and Andrea M. Mühlenweg - Gatekeeping in German Primary Health Care

2016/04
Martin Foureaux Koppensteiner and Jesse Matheson - Access to Education and Teenage Pregnancy

2016/03
Lauren E. Jones and Nicolas R. Ziebarth - US Child Safety Seat Laws: Are they Effective, and Who Complies?

2016/02
Damian Clarke and Hanna Mühlrad - The Impact of Abortion Legalization on Fertility and Maternal Mortality: New Evidence from Mexico

2016/01
Pauline Rossi - Strategic Choices in Polygamous Households: Theory and Evidence from Senegal

2015/13
Anne Ardila Brenøe, Ramona Molitor - Birth Order and Health of Newborns: What Can We Learn from Danish Registry Data?

2015/12
Daniel A. Kamhöfer, Hendrik Schmitz, Matthias Westphal - Heterogeneity in Marginal Nonmonetary Returns to Higher Education

2015/11
Samantha B. Rawlings - Parental education and child health: Evidence from an education reform in China

2015/10
Yu Aoki, Lualhati Santiago - Fertility, Health and Education of UK Immigrants: The Role of English Language Skills

2015/09
Miron Tequame, Nyasha Tirivayi - Higher education and fertility: Evidence from a natural experiment in Ethiopia

2015/08
Dolores De la Mata, Carlos Felipe Gaviria - Losing Health Insurance When Young: Impacts on Usage of Medical Services and Health

2015/07
Ivan Zilic - Effect of forced displacement on health

2015/06
Snorre Kverndokk - Individual Investments in Education and Health

2015/05
Sarah Dahmann, Silke Anger - The Impact of Education on Personality - Evidence from a German High School Reform

2015/04
Sarah Dahmann - How Does Education Improve Cognitive Skills? - Instructional Time versus Timing of Instruction

2015/03
Titus J. Galama, Hans van Kippersluis - A Theory of Education and Health

2015/02
Joan Costa-Font, Martin Karlsson, Henning Øien - Informal Care and the Great Recession

2015/01
Daniel Avdic - A Matter of Life and Death? Hospital Distance and Quality of Care: Evidence from Emergency Hospital Closures and Myocardial Infarctions

2014/05
Jan Goebel, Christian Krekel, Tim Tiefenbach, Nicolas R. Ziebarth - Natural Disaster, Environmental Concerns, Well-Being and Policy Action

2014/04
Sonia Bhalotra, Martin Karlsson, Therese Nilsson - Life Expectancy and Mother-Baby Interventions

2014/03
Joshua J. Robinson - Sound Body, Sound Mind

2014/02
Ainhoa Aparicio, Libertad González - Newborn Health and the Business Cycle

2014/01
Martin Halla, Martina Zweimüller - Parental Response to Early Human Capital Shocks