Publications

Working Papers

WP28

Effects of Decentralized Health Care

Financing on Maternal Care in Indonesia

Renate Hartwig, Robbert Sparrow, Sri Budiyati, Athia Yumma, Nila Warda, Asep Suryahadi, Arjun Bedi

WP27Economic impact of illness with health insurance but without income insuranceSven Neelsen, Supon Limwattananon, Owen O'Donnell, Eddy van Doorslaer
WP26The impact of a pay-for-performance scheme on prescription quality in rural China: an impact evaluationSun Xiaojie, Liu Xiaoyun, Sun Qjang, Yip Winnie, Wagstaff Adam, Meng Qingyue
WP25Encouraging health insurance for the informal sector: a cluster randomized trialWagstaff A., Nguyen H.T.H., Dao H., Bales S.
WP24Effects of Interventions to Raise Voluntary Enrollment in a Social Health Insurance Scheme: A Cluster Randomized TrialJoseph, J. Capuno, Aleli, D. Kraft, Stella Quimbo, Carlos, R. Tan, Jr., Adam Wagstaff.
WP23Health equity funds at health center level in Cambodia – a benefit package too far? Expansion of a waiver scheme for the poorest for curative services at health center level (available upon requestCatherine Korachais, Por Ir, Elodie Macouillard, Chean Men, Bruno Meessen
WP22Boosting “facility deliveries” with results-based financing: an evaluation of the government midwifery incentive scheme in Cambodia (available upon request)Por Ir, Catherine Korachais, Kannarath Chheng, Dirk Horemans, Wim Van Damme, Bruno Meessen
WP21Coping and Consumption Adjustment for Similar Shocks over Time (available upon request)Kraft AD, Capuno JJ, Quimbo SA, Tan CAR Jr and Adam Wagstaff
WP20Will Insurance and Information Improve Willingness-to-Pay for Health Insurance? Evidence from the Philippines (available upon request)

Quimbo SA, Kraft AD, Capuno JJ, Tan CAR Jr and Wagstaff A

WP19Economic consequences of illness with health insurance but without disability insurance (available upon request)

Neelsen S, Limwattananon S, Tisayaticom K, O’Donnell O, van Doorslaer, E.

WP18Impact of health shocks on household welfare in Vietnam - Estimates using fixed effects estimation

Bales, S.

WP17Getting incentives right: An impact evaluation of district level hospital capitation payment in Vietnam

Nguyen HTH, Bales S, Wagstaff A, Dao H.

WP16Shocks to Philippine households: Incidence, Idiosyncrasy and Impact

Joseph J. Capuno, Aleli D. Kraft, Stella A. Quimbo, Carlos Antonio R. Tan, Jr.

WP15Sub-national Health Care Financing Reforms in Indonesia (available upon request)

Sri Budiyati, Athia Yumna, Nila Warda, Robert Sparrow, Asep Suryahadi, Arjun Bedi

WP14Universal coverage on a budget: Impacts on health care utilization and out-of-pocket expenditures in ThailandLimwattananon S, Neelsen S, O'Donnell O, Prakongsai P, Tangcharoensathien V, van Doorslaar E, Vongmongkol V.
WP13Perks and public provisions: Effects of yardstick competition on local government fiscal behavior in the PhilippinesCapuno JJ, Quimbo SA, Kraft AD, Tan CAR Jr, Fabella VMB
WP12The Impacts of Public Hospital Autonomization - Evidence from a Quasi-Natural ExperimentWagstaff A, Bales S
WP11Catastrophic Medical Expenditure RiskFlores G, O'Donnell O
WP10Securing Consumption when Ill or Injured: Does Social Health Insurance in the Philippines Help?Kraft AD, Capuno JJ, Quimbo SA, Tan CAR Jr, Fabella VM.
WP09Effects of NCMS coverage on access to care and financial protection in ChinaHou Z, van de Poel E, Van Doorslaer E
WP08Financial Consequences of Ill Health and Informal Coping Mechanisms in IndonesiaSparrow R, van de Poel E, Hadiwidjaja G, Yumna A, Warda N, Suryahadi A
WP07The effects of term limits and yardstick competition on local government provision of health insurance and other public services: The Philippine caseCapuno J, Quimbo S, Kraft A, Tan C Jr, Fabella V
WP06Understanding inequity in health care utilization: decomposition of income-related inequality and determination of horizontal inequityInternational Health Policy Program (IHPP)
WP05Financial protection of patients through compensation of providers: the impact of health equity funds in CambodiaFlores G, Ir P, Men CR, O'Donnell OA, van Doorslaer E
WP04Measurement of Inequity in Health Care with Heterogeneous Response of Use to Needvan de Poel E, van Doorslaer E, O'Donnell O
WP03Marginal Benefit Incidence of Public Health Spending: Evidence from Indonesian sub-national dataKruse I, Pradhan M, Sparrow R
WP02Reducing Impoverishment Caused by Costly Health-Care Payments: Outcome of Universal Health Care Coverage in ThailandLimwattananon S, Tangcharoensathien V, Prakongsai P
WP01Social Health Insurance for the Poor: Targeting and Impact of Indonesia's Askeskin ProgramSparrow R, Suryahadi A, Widyanti W

Published Papers

 Sparrow R, Suryahadi A, Widyanti W. Social Health Insurance for the Poor: Targeting and Impact of Indonesia's Askeskin Program. Social Science & Medicine, vol. 96, 2013, pp. 264-271.

Joseph J. Capuno, Aleli D. Kraft, Stella Quimbo, Carlos R. Tan Jr., and  Adam Wagstaff. How Effective Are Efforts to Raise Voluntary Enrollment in Health Insurance? World Bank Research Digest 2015, 9, 2.

 S Limwattananon, Neelsen S, O O’Donnell, P Prakongsai, V Tangcharoensathien, E van Doorslaer and V Vongmongkol, 2015. “Universal coverage with supply-side reform: The impact on medical expenditure risk and utilization in Thailand”. Journal of Public Economics, 121, 79–94.

Powell-Jackson T, Yip WC, Han W. Realigning demand and supply side incentives to improve primary health care seeking in rural China. Forthcoming in Health Economics 2014, doi: 10.1002/hec.3060

Yip W, Powell-Jackson T, Chen W, Hu M, Fe E, Hu M, Jian W, Lu M, Han W, Hsiao WC. Capitation combined with pay-for-performance improves antibiotic prescribing practices in rural China. Health Affairs, 2014, 33(3): 502-10.

Van de Poel E, Flores G, Ir P, O’Donnell O, Van Doorslaer E. Can vouchers deliver? An evaluation of subsidies for maternal health care in Cambodia. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 2014, 92, 331-339.

Flores G, Ir P, Men CR, O”DonnellO, Van Doorslaer E. Financial protection of patients through compensation of providers: the impact of health equity funds in Cambodia. Journal of Health Economics 2013, 32, 6: 1180-1193.

Capuno JJ, Quimbo SA, Kraft AD, Tan CAR Jr, Fabella VMB. Does yardstick competition influence local government fiscal behaviour in the Philippines? Forthcoming in:  Faguet, JP and C. Poschl (eds.) Is Decentralization Good for Development? Perspectives from Academics and Policy Makers, to be published by the Oxford University in 2014.

Capuno JJ, Kraft AD, Quimbo SA, Tan CAR. Shocks to Philippine Households: Incidence, Idiosyncrasy and Impact. Philippine Review of Economics L(2):1-27.

Hou Z, Van de Poel E, Van Doorslaer E, Boarong Y, Qingye M. Effects of NCMS coverage on access to care and financial protection in China. Health Economics. Article first published online: 2013 Aug 23. DOI: 10.1002/hec.2965.

Sparrow R, Van de Poel E, Hadiwidjaja G, Yumna A, Warda N, Suryahadi A. Coping with the economic consequences of ill health in Indonesia. Health Economics. Article first published online: 8 JUL 2013. DOI: 10.1002/hec.2945.

Limwattananon S, Tangcharoensathien V, Tisayaticom K, Boonyapaisarncharoen T, Prakongsai P. Why has the Universal Coverage Scheme in Thailand achieved a pro-poor public subsidy for health care? BMC Public Health 2012, 12(Suppl 1): S6

Sparrow R, Suryahadi A, Widyanti W. Social Health Insurance for the Poor: Targeting and Impact of Indonesia's Askeskin Program. Social Science & Medicine, vol. 96, 2013, pp. 264-271.

Van de Poel E, Van Doorslaer E, O’Donnell O. Measurement of Inequity in Health Care with Heterogeneous Response of Use to Need. Journal of Health Economics 2012, 31:676-689.
Kruse I, Pradhan M, Sparrow R. 2012. Marginal Benefit Incidence of Public Health Spending: Evidence from Indonesian sub-national data. Journal of Health Economics 31(1): 147-157.
Limwattananon S, Tangcharoensathien V, Prakongsai P. Reducing impoverishment from health payments: Outcome of universal health care coverage in Thailand.Journal of Health Systems Research 2011, Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 25-31, 2011. (this paper is in Thai)