New working papers
- Kjellsson, G., Petrie, D., Van Ourti, T. (2018). "Measuring income-related inequalities in risky health prospects", Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper # 18-007
- Coveney, M. et al. (2018). "Every crisis has a silver lining? Unravelling the pro-cyclical pattern of health inequalities by income", Netspar Discussion Paper DP 03/2018-022
- Riumallo Herl, C. et al. (2017). "Health gradients in South Africa: Inequalities in the measure of the beholder", PDGA Working Paper 139
- Garcia Mandico, S. et al. (2018). "Earnings responses to disability benefit cuts", Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper # 18-023/V
- Garcia-Gomez, P. et al. (2017), "Interactions Between Financial Incentives and Health in the Early Retirement Decision", Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper # 17-044
- Ravesteijn, B. et al. (2017), "The Impact of Later Tracking on Mortality by Parental Income in Finland", Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper # 17-030
Recent and forthcoming publications
- Van Gestel, R., Mueller, T., & Bosmans, J. (2018). Learning from failure in healthcare: dynamic panel evidence of a physician shock effect. Health Economics.
- Galama, T.J., and H. van Kippersluis (2018). A Theory of Socioeconomic Disparities in Health over the Life Cycle. The Economic Journal, forthcoming.
- Van Kippersluis, H. and C.A. Rietveld (2018). Beyond Plausibly Exogenous. The Econometrics Journal, forthcoming
- Murphy, A., Palafox, B., O'Donnell, O. et al. (2018). Inequalities in the use of secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease by socioeconomic status: evidence from the PURE observational study. The Lancet Global Health, 6(3), e292-e301
- Chang AY, Riumallo Herl C., and Verguet S. (2018). The equity impact vaccines may have on averting deaths and medical impoverishment in developing countries. Health Affairs 37 (2) 2018.
- Riumallo-Herl C, Chang AY, Clark S, et al. (2018). Poverty reduction and equity benefits of introducing or scaling up measles, rotavirus and pneumococcal vaccines in low-income and middle-income countries: a modelling study. BMJ Global Health 2018;3:e000613
See our list of past publication.