New working papers

  • Hoey, S., Peeters, T., & Principe, F. (2020). Who benefits from transfers? Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper.
  • von Hinke Kessler Scholder, S., Rice, N., & Tominey, E. (2019). Mental Health Around Pregnancy and Child Development from Early Childhood to Adolescence (SSRN Scholarly Paper ID 3445810). Social Science Research Network.
  • Baillon, A., Capuno, J., O’Donnell, O., Tan, C., & van Wilgenburg, K. (2019). Persistent Effects of Temporary Incentives: Evidence from a Nationwide Health Insurance Experiment. Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper.
  • Baillon, A., Kraft, A., O’Donnell, O., & van Wilgenburg, K. (2019). A behavioral decomposition of willingness to pay for health insurance. Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper.
  • Garcia-Gomez, P., Hernandez-Pizarro, H. M., Lopez Casasnovas, G., & Vidiella-Martin, J. (2019). Unravelling Hidden Inequities in a Universal Public Long-Term Care System. Tinbergen Institute Discussion Papers.
  • O’Donnell, O. (2019). Financial protection against medical expense. Tinbergen Institute Discussion Papers.

Recent publications

  • Carrieri, V., Madio, L., & Principe, F. (2020). Do-It-Yourself medicine? The impact of light cannabis liberalization on prescription drugs. Journal of Health Economics, 74, 102371.
  • Bakx, P., Wouterse, B., van Doorslaer, E., & Wong, A. (2020). Better off at home? Effects of nursing home eligibility on costs, hospitalizations and survival. Journal of Health Economics, 73, 102354.
  • Arcà, E., Principe, F., & Doorslaer, E. V. (2020). Death by austerity? The impact of cost containment on avoidable mortality in Italy. Health Economics.
  • Kirkman, S., Hollingsworth, B., Lake, A., von Hinke Kessler Scholder, S., Sorrell, S., Burgoine, T., & Brown, H. (2020). Field Validity and Spatial Accuracy of Food Standards Agency Food Hygiene Rating Scheme Data for England. Journal of Public Health.
  • Bertens, L. C., Ochoa, L. B., Van Ourti, T., Steegers, E. A., & Been, J. V. (2020). Persisting inequalities in birth outcomes related to neighbourhood deprivation. J Epidemiol Community Health, 74(3), 232–239.
  • Carrieri, V., Jones, A. M., & Principe, F. (2020). Productivity shocks and labour market outcomes for top earners: Evidence from Italian Serie A. Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 82(3), 549–576.
  • Coveney, M., García-Gómez, P., van Doorslaer, E., & Van Ourti, T. (2020). Thank goodness for stickiness: Unravelling the evolution of income-related health inequalities before and after the great recession in europe. Journal of Health Economics, 70, 102259.
  • Fichera, E., & von Hinke, S. (2020). The response to nutritional labels: Evidence from a quasi-experiment. Journal of Health Economics, 102326.
  • Galama, T. J., Lleras-Muney, A., & van Kippersluis, H. (2020). The Effect of Education on Health and Mortality: A Review of Experimental and Quasi-Experimental Evidence. In A. M. Jones (Ed.), The Oxford Encyclopedia of Health Economics: 3-Volume Set. Oxford University Press.
  • Garcia-Mandicó, S., García-Gómez, P., Gielen, A. C., & O’Donnell, O. (2020). Earnings responses to disability insurance stringency. Labour Economics, 66, 101880.
  • Halla, M., Mayr, H., Pruckner, G. J., & Garcia-Gomez, P. (2020). Cutting Fertility? Effects of Cesarean Deliveries on Subsequent Fertility and Maternal Labor Supply. Journal of Health Economics, 102325.
  • Mamluk, L., Jones, T., Ijaz, S., Edwards, H., Savovic, J., Leach, V., Moore, T., von Hinke Kessler Scholder, S., Lewis, S., & Donovan, J. (2020). Evidence of detrimental effects of prenatal alcohol exposure on offspring birthweight and neurodevelopment from a systematic review of quasi-experimental studies. International Journal of Epidemiology.
  • Rahnev, D., Desender, K., Lee, A. L., Adler, W. T., Aguilar-Lleyda, D., Akdoğan, B., Arbuzova, P., Atlas, L. Y., Balcı, F., & Bang, J. W. (2020). The confidence database. Nature Human Behaviour, 4(3), 317–325.
  • Rellstab, S., Bakx, P., García-Gómez, P., & Van Doorslaer, E. (2020). The kids are alright-labour market effects of unexpected parental hospitalisations in the Netherlands. Journal of Health Economics, 69, 102275.
  • Roos, A.-F., O’Donnell, O., Schut, F. T., Van Doorslaer, E., Van Gestel, R., & Varkevisser, M. (2020). Does price deregulation in a competitive hospital market damage quality? Journal of Health Economics, 102328.
  • Sicsic, J., Ravesteijn, B., & Rapp, T. (2020). Are frail elderly people in Europe high-need subjects? First evidence from the SPRINTT data. Health Policy.
  • Tenand, M., Bakx, P., & Doorslaer, E. van. (2020). Eligibility or use? Disentangling the sources of horizontal inequity in home care receipt in the Netherlands. Health Economics.
  • Tenand, M., Bakx, P., & Van Doorslaer, E. (2020). Equal long-term care for equal needs with universal and comprehensive coverage? An assessment using Dutch administrative data. Health Economics, 29(4), 435–451.
  • van Kleef, R., Ravesteijn, B., van Kippersluis, H., & Hendlin, Y. (2020). Oproep aan zorgverzekeraars: Experimenteer met ‘verschoven’eigen risico. VGE Bulletin, 37(1), 28–30.
  • Van Ourti, T., & Bouckaert, N. (2020). The Dutch influenza vaccination policy and medication use, outpatient visits, hospitalization and mortality at age 65. European Journal of Public Health, 30(2), 275–280.
  • Van Ourti, T., O’Donnell, O., Koç, H., Fracheboud, J., & de Koning, H. J. (2020). Effect of screening mammography on breast cancer mortality: Quasi-experimental evidence from rollout of the Dutch population-based program with 17-year follow-up of a cohort. International Journal of Cancer, 146(8), 2201–2208.