prof.dr. (Tom) T.G.M. Van Ourti

prof.dr. (Tom) T.G.M. Van Ourti

Endowed Professor Erasmus School of Economics Applied Economics
Location
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Room
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Telephone
+31 10 4082170
Email
vanourti@ese.eur.nl

Latest academic publication

O.A. O'Donnell, T.G.M. Van Ourti, S. O'Neil & B. Walsh (2016). conindex: Estimation of Concentration Indices. Stata Journal, 16 (1), 112-138.

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Tom Van Ourti is an endowed professor of applied health economics with a focus on health and inequality. His research focuses on understanding the socio-economic health gradient, with specific interest in impact evaluation, preventive care, measurement theory of health inequalities, and the elicitation of social preferences for income and health. He has published in journals including the Review of Economics and Statistics, Journal of Health Economics, Health Economics, and the Bulletin of the World Health Organisation. He teaches applied econometrics and health economics, and is the coordinator of the master Health Economics of the Erasmus University Rotterdam. He obtained his PhD from the University of Antwerp and has held a visiting position at the university of Melbourne. He is currently visiting the Milken Institute School of Public Health of the George Washington University.

      • O.A. O'Donnell, E.K.A. van Doorslaer & T.G.M. Van Ourti (2015). Health and Inequality. In A.B. Atkinson & F. Bourguignon (Eds.), Handbook of Income Distribution vol. 2B (pp. 1419-1533). Amsterdam: Elsevier B.V.
      • T.G.M. Van Ourti, G. Erreygers & P. Clarke (2014). Techniques for measuring equality and equity in health and health care. In T. Culyer (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Health Economics (pp. 234-239). San Diego: Elsevier
      • P. Garcia Gomez, E. Schokkaert & T.G.M. Van Ourti (2013). Reference value sensitivity of measures of unfair health inequality. In Research on Economic Inequality (pp. 157-192)[go to publisher's site]
      • E.K.A. van Doorslaer & T.G.M. Van Ourti (2011). Chapter 35: Measuring inequality and inequity in health and health care. In P Smith & S Glied (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of health economics (pp. 837-869). Oxford: Oxford University Press
      • D. De Graeve, A. Lecluyse, E. Schokkaert, C. Van de Voorde & T.G.M. Van Ourti (2007). Supplementen en de kostprijs van gezondheidszorg voor de patiënt. In Welzijnsgids (66) (pp. 123-141)
      • A. Lecluyse, D. de Graeve, E. Schokkaert, C. van de Voorde & T.G.M. Van Ourti (2007). Hoger-lager? Een analyse van de uitgaven voor patienten onderaan de sociale ladder. In J. Vrancken, K. de Boyser & D. Dierckx (Eds.), Armoede en sociale uitsluiting. Jaarboek 2007
      • D. De Graeve, M. Jegers & T.G.M. Van Ourti (2001). De invloed van de eigen betalingen door de patiënt op de toegang tot de medische zorg: het economisch denkkader. In Sociale grondrechten als bakens voor een vernieuwd sociaal recht. Liber amicorum Professor Max Stroobant (pp. 225-235)
      • D. De Graeve & T.G.M. Van Ourti (2000). Doelmatigheid versus sociale problematiek: vraagstukken van verdeling van inkomsten en uitgaven. In Handboek gezondheidseconomie (pp. 95-117). Kluwer
      • E.K.A. van Doorslaer, J.L.W. van Kippersluis, O.A. O'Donnell & T.G.M. Van Ourti (2008). Socioeconomic differences in health over the life cycle: evidence and explanations. (Extern rapport, no 12). Tilburg: Netspar Panel Paper
      • D. de Graeve, A. Lecluyse, E. Schokkaert, T.G.M. Van Ourti & C. van de Voorde (2006). Eigen betalingen in de Belgische gezondheidszorg. De impact van supplementen. (Extern rapport). Brussel: Federaal Kenniscentrum voor de Gezondheidszorg
      • R. Layte, A. Nolan, B. Nolan & T.G.M. Van Ourti (2005). Health and morbidity by age and socio-economic characteristics. (Extern rapport, ENEPRI Research Report, no 15). Dublin: Economic and Social Research Institute
      • D. de Graeve, B. Cantillon, E. Schokkaert, B. Kerstens, G. van Camp & T.G.M. Van Ourti (2004). Billijkheid in de financiering van medische zorg:eindrapport. (Extern rapport). Brussels: DWTC
      • T.G.M. Van Ourti. Essays on inequality measurement in health, health care and finance of health care. University of Antwerp Prom./coprom.: D. de Graeve.
  • Endowed Professor

    University
    Erasmus University Rotterdam
    School
    Erasmus School of Economics
    Department
    Applied Economics
    Country
    The Netherlands
    Telephone
    +31 10 4082170

Address

Visiting address

Burg. Oudlaan 50 3062 PA Rotterdam

Postal address

Postbus 1738 3000 DR Rotterdam