Bram Wouterse is an assistant professor in health economics. His research focuses on the modeling of health and health care costs over the lifecycle, the fiscal consequences of health care expenditure growth, and long term care. Before working at ESHPM, he was associated with the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment and worked as a researcher at the CPB Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis.
Hannes Schwandt, Janet Currie, M (Marlies) Bar, James Banks, Paola Bertoli, Aline Bütikofer, Sarah Cattan, Beatrice Zong-Ying Chao, Claudia Costa, Libertad Gonzalez, Veronica Grembi, Kristiina Huttunen, René Karadakic, Lucy Kraftman, Sonya Krutikova, Stefano Lombardi, Peter Redler, CJ (Carlos) Riumallo Herl, Ana Rodríguez-González, Kjell Salvanes, Paula Santana, Josselin Thuilliez, EKA (Eddy) van Doorslaer, TGM (Tom) Van Ourti, Joachim Winter, B (Bram) Wouterse & Amelie Wupperman (2021) - Inequality in Mortality between Black and White Americans by Age, Place, and Cause, and in Comparison to Europe, 1990-2018 - NBER Working Paper, 29203 - doi: 10.3386/w29203
Bram Wouterse, M Huisman, BR Meijboom, DJH Deeg & JJ Polder (2013) - Modeling the relationship between health and health care expenditures using a latent Markov model - Journal of Health Economics, 32 (2), 423-439 - doi: 10.1016/j.jhealeco.2012.11.005