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Working Papers 2006

WP 06/01
Varkevisser M, van der Geest S (2006)
Why do patients bypass the nearest hospital? An empirical analysis for orthopaedics care and neurosurgery in the Netherlands
06_01 (PDF , 145kb) (RePec)

WP 06/02
Paolucci F, Prinsze F, Stam PJA, van de Ven WPMM (2006)
Solidarity in competitive markets for supplementary health insurance: an empirical analysis
06_02 (PDF , 225kb) (RePec)

WP 06/03
Bago d’Uva T, Van Doorslaer E, O'Donnell O, Lindeboom M, Chatterji S (2006)
Does reporting heterogeneity bias the measurement of health disparities?
06_03 (PDF , 197kb) (RePec)

WP 06/04
Hole AR (2006)
Small-sample properties of tests for heteroscedasticity in the conditional logit model
06_04 (PDF , 160kb) (RePec)

WP 06/05
Quinn C (2006)
Alternative methods for estimating systems of (health) equations
06_05 (PDF , 430kb) (RePec)

WP 06/06
Ai C, Norton EC (2006)
A semiparametric derivative estimator in log transformation models
06_06 (PDF , 217kb) (RePec)

WP 06/07
Bauer T, Göhlmann S, Sinning M (2006)
Gender differences in smoking behaviour
06_07 (PDF , 209kb) (RePec)

WP 06/08
Jürgen Maurer (2006)
Socioeconomic and health determinants of health care utilization among elderly Europeans: a new look at equity, intensity and responsiveness in ten European countries
06_08 (PDF , 2,136kb) (RePec)

WP 06/09
Bago d'Uva T, Jones AM (2006)
Health care utilisation in Europe: new evidence from the ECHP
06_09 (PDF , 265kb) (RePec)

WP 06/10
Hagan R, Jones AM, Rice N (2006)
Health and retirement in Europe
06_10 (PDF , 281kb) (RePec)

WP 06/11
Madden D (2006)
Body Mass Index and the Measurement of Obesity
06_11 (PDF , 204kb) (RePec)

WP 06/12
Madden D (2006)
Sample Selection Versus Two-Part Models Revisited: the Case of Female Smoking and Drinking
06_12 (PDF , 249kb) (RePec)

WP 06/13
Rice N, Roberts J, Jones AM (2006)
Sick of work or too sick to work? Evidence on health shocks and early retirement from the BHPS
06_13 (PDF , 323kb) (RePec)

WP 06/14
Fabbri D, Monfardini C (2006)
Rationing the Public Provision of Health Care in the Presence of Private Supplements: Evidence from the Italian NHS
06_14 (PDF , 328kb) (RePec)