Publications

Recent publications

  • Burger, C., Burger, R., & van Doorslaer, E. (2022). The health impact of free access to antiretroviral therapy in South Africa. Social Science & Medicine, 299, 114832.

  • Baillon, A., Kraft, A., O’Donnell, O., & van Wilgenburg, K. (2022). A behavioral decomposition of willingness to pay for health insurance. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty.

  • Pereira, R. D., Biroli, P., Galama, T., von Hinke, S., van Kippersluis, H., Rietveld, C. A., & Thom, K. (2022). Gene-Environment Interplay in the Social Sciences. ArXiv:2203.02198 [Econ, q-Fin].

  • Lopes, F. V., Riumallo Herl, C. J., Mackenbach, J. P., & Van Ourti, T. (2022). Patient cost-sharing, mental health care and inequalities: A population-based natural experiment at the transition to adulthood. Social Science & Medicine, 296, 114741.

  • Payne, C. F., Houle, B., Chinogurei, C., Herl, C. R., Kabudula, C. W., Kobayashi, L. C., Salomon, J., & Manne-Goehler, J. (2022). Differences in healthy longevity by HIV status and viral load among older South African adults: An observational cohort modelling study. The Lancet Healthy Longevity, 3, S1.

  • Gestel, R. V., Goedemé, T., Janssens, J., Lefevere, E., & Lemkens, R. (2022). Improving Take-Up by Reaching Out to Potential Beneficiaries. Insights from a Large-Scale Field Experiment in Belgium. Journal of Social Policy, 1–21.

  • Baillon, A., Capuno, J., O’Donnell, O., Tan, C. A., & van Wilgenburg, K. (2022). Persistent effects of temporary incentives: Evidence from a nationwide health insurance experiment. Journal of Health Economics, 81, 102580.

  • Kókai, L. L., Ceallaigh, D. T. Ó., Wijtzes, A. I., Lennep, J. E. R. van, Hagger, M. S., Cawley, J., Rohde, K. I. M., Kippersluis, H. van, & Burdorf, A. (2022). Moving from intention to behaviour: A randomised controlled trial protocol for an app-based physical activity intervention (i2be). BMJ Open, 12(1), e053711.

  • Mohanty, S. K., Upadhyay, A. K., Shekhar, P., Kämpfen, F., O’Donnell, O., & Maurer, J. (2022). Missed opportunities for hypertension screening: A cross-sectional study, India. Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 100(1), 30-39B.

  • Bago d’Uva, T., & O’Donnell, O. (2022). Explaining probability judgment inaccuracy: A lens model extended decomposition of the Brier Score. Decision, 9(1), 74–90.

  • Huberts, L. C. E., Does, R. J. M. M., Ravesteijn, B., & Lokkerbol, J. (2022). Predictive monitoring using machine learning algorithms and a real-life example on schizophrenia. Quality and Reliability Engineering International, 38(3), 1302–1317.

  • Dieteren, C. M., O’Donnell, O., & Bonfrer, I. (2021). Prevalence and inequality in persistent undiagnosed, untreated, and uncontrolled hypertension: Evidence from a cohort of older Mexicans. PLOS Global Public Health, 1(12), e0000114.

  • Burger, R., Caldwell, J., Claassens, M., Mama, K., Naidoo, P., Rieger, M., Rossouw, L., van Doorslaer, E., & Wagstaff, A. (2021). Who is more likely to return for TB test results? A survey at three high-burden primary healthcare facilities in Cape Town, South Africa. International Journal of Infectious Diseases, 113, 259–267.

  • Burgos Ochoa, L., Bertens, L. C., Garcia-Gomez, P., Van Ourti, T., Steegers, E. A., & Been, J. V. (2021). Association of neighbourhood socioeconomic trajectories with preterm birth and small-for-gestational-age in the Netherlands: A nationwide population-based study. The Lancet Regional Health - Europe, 10, 100205.

  • Schwandt, H., Currie, J., Bär, M., Banks, J., Bertoli, P., Bütikofer, A., Cattan, S., Chao, B. Z.-Y., Costa, C., González, L., Grembi, V., Huttunen, K., Karadakic, R., Kraftman, L., Krutikova, S., Lombardi, S., Redler, P., Riumallo-Herl, C., Rodríguez-González, A., … Wuppermann, A. (2021). Inequality in mortality between Black and White Americans by age, place, and cause and in comparison to Europe, 1990 to 2018. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 118(40), e2104684118.

  • Eka, E. van D., O’Donnell, O., Gwatkin, D., S. Yazbeck, A., Lindelow, M., Bredenkamp, C., Yip, W., Bales, S., McIntyre, D., P. Filmer, D., De Walque, D., Couffinhal, A., & Hafez, R. (2021). In Appreciation of Adam. Health Systems and Reform, 7(2).

  • Mohanty, S. K., Pedgaonkar, S. P., Upadhyay, A. K., Kämpfen, F., Shekhar, P., Mishra, R. S., Maurer, J., & O’Donnell, O. (2021). Awareness, treatment, and control of hypertension in adults aged 45 years and over and their spouses in India: A nationally representative cross-sectional study. PLOS Medicine, 18(8), e1003740.

  • Capuno, J., Kraft, A., & O’Donnell, O. (2021). Effectiveness of clinic-based cardiovascular disease prevention: A randomized encouragement design experiment in the Philippines. Social Science & Medicine, 283, 114194.

  • Coveney, M., & Oosterveen, M. (2021). What drives ability peer effects? European Economic Review, 136, 103763.

  • Dyson, H., Van Gestel, R., & van Doorslaer, E. (2021). The relative importance and stability of disease burden causes over time: Summarizing regional trends on disease burden for 290 causes over 28 years. Population Health Metrics, 19(1), 30.

  • Sambodo, N. P., Van Doorslaer, E., Pradhan, M., & Sparrow, R. (2021). Does geographic spending variation exacerbate healthcare benefit inequality? A benefit incidence analysis for Indonesia. Health Policy and Planning, czab015. \

  • Lenzen, S., Bakx, P., Bom, J., & van Doorslaer, E. (2021). Health Care Use and Out-of-pocket Spending by Persons With Dementia Differ Between Europe and the United States. Medical Care, 59(6), 543–549.

  • Hengel, K. M. O., Riumallo-Herl, C., Schram, J. L., Nieboer, D., van der Beek, A. J., & Burdorf, A. (2021). Effects of changes in early retirement policies on labor force participation: The differential effects for vulnerable groups. Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health, 47(3), 224–232.

  • Garcia-Gómez, P., Mandicó, S., Martín, S., & Castelló, J. (2021). Trends in Employment and Social Security Incentives in the Spanish Pension System, 1980–2016. In A. Börsch-Supan & C. C. Coile (Eds.), Social Security Programs and Retirement around the World (pp. 317–372). University of Chicago Press.

  • Oude Hengel, K., Riumallo-Herl, C., Schram, J. L. D., Nieboer, D., van der Beek, A. J., & Burdorf, A. (2021). Effects of changes in early retirement policies on labor force participation: The differential effects for vulnerable groups. Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment and Health.

  • Martínez-Jiménez, M., García-Gómez, P., & Puig-Junoy, J. (2021). The Effect of Changes in Cost Sharing on the Consumption of Prescription and Over-the-Counter Medicines in Catalonia. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18(5), 2562.

  • Bär, M., Wouterse, B., Herl, C. R., Ourti, T. V., & Doorslaer, E. V. (2021). Diverging Mortality Inequality Trends among Young and Old in the Netherlands*. Fiscal Studies, 42(1), 79–101.

  • Dorin, C., Hainguerlot, M., Huber-Yahi, H., Vergnaud, J.-C., & de Gardelle, V. (2021). How economic success shapes redistribution: The role of self-serving beliefs, in-group bias and justice principles. Judgment and Decision Making, 16(4), 932–949.

  • Vidiella-Martin, J., Been, J. V., Van Doorslaer, E., García-Gómez, P., & Van Ourti, T. (2021). Association Between Income and Perinatal Mortality in the Netherlands Across Gestational Age. JAMA Network Open, 4(11), e2132124–e2132124.

  • Capuno, J., Kraft, A., & O’Donnell, O. (2021). Effectiveness of clinic-based cardiovascular disease prevention: A randomized encouragement design experiment in the Philippines. Social Science & Medicine, 283, 114194.
  • Dyson, H., Van Gestel, R., & van Doorslaer, E. (2021). The relative importance and stability of disease burden causes over time: Summarizing regional trends on disease burden for 290 causes over 28 years. Population Health Metrics, 19(1), 30.
  • Sambodo, N. P., Van Doorslaer, E., Pradhan, M., & Sparrow, R. (2021). Does geographic spending variation exacerbate healthcare benefit inequality? A benefit incidence analysis for Indonesia. Health Policy and Planning, czab015.
  • Lenzen, S., Bakx, P., Bom, J., & van Doorslaer, E. (2021). Health Care Use and Out-of-pocket Spending by Persons With Dementia Differ Between Europe and the United States. Medical Care, 59(6), 543–549.
  • Garcia-Gómez, P., Mandicó, S., Martín, S., & Castelló, J. (2021). Trends in Employment and Social Security Incentives in the Spanish Pension System, 1980–2016. In A. Börsch-Supan & C. C. Coile (Eds.), Social Security Programs and Retirement around the World (pp. 317–372). University of Chicago Press.
  • Oude Hengel, K., Riumallo-Herl, C., Schram, J. L. D., Nieboer, D., van der Beek, A. J., & Burdorf, A. (2021). Effects of changes in early retirement policies on labor force participation: The differential effects for vulnerable groups. Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment and Health.
  • Martínez-Jiménez, M., García-Gómez, P., & Puig-Junoy, J. (2021). The Effect of Changes in Cost Sharing on the Consumption of Prescription and Over-the-Counter Medicines in Catalonia. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18(5), 2562.
  • Bär, M., Wouterse, B., Herl, C. R., Ourti, T. V., & Doorslaer, E. V. (2021). Diverging Mortality Inequality Trends among Young and Old in the Netherlands*. Fiscal Studies, 42(1), 79–101.
  • Dorin, C., Hainguerlot, M., Huber-Yahi, H., Vergnaud, J.-C., & de Gardelle, V. (2021). How economic success shapes redistribution: The role of self-serving beliefs, in-group bias and justice principles. Judgment and Decision Making, 16(4), 932–949.

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