Publications

Peer-Reviewed Articles

 

2021


Anastasiou, O. und D. Heger (2021), Understanding the Influence of Individual and Systemic Factors on Vaccination Take-Up in European Citizens Aged 55 or Older. Vaccines 9 (2). 


Guthmuller S., P. Paruolo, S. Verzillo (2021),  Positive externalities of EU actions on sustainability of health systems, in ed: Badi H. Baltagi and Francesco Moscone The Sustainability of Health Care Systems in Europe Vol: 295, Emerald Publishing Limited forthcoming.


Garas, A., S. Guthmuller, A. Lapatinas (2021),  The development of nations conditions the disease space. PLoS ONE. 16 (1), 1-35. 

2020


Blankart, K. E. and F. Lichtenberg (n.d.), Are patients more adherent to newer drugs?. Health Care Management Science (Conditional Accept).


Blankart, K. E. and Stargardt, T. (2020), The impact of information on drug quality ratings from health technology assessment on brand name drug adoption in Germany. Health Economics.


Haering, A., D. Heger and T. Korfhage (2020), Effektivität und Verbesserungspotenziale von „Reha vor Pflege“: Ergebnisse einer Befragung. Gesundheitsökonomie & Qualitätsmanagement.


Pilny, A. and F. Roesel (2020), Are Doctors Better Health Ministers?. American Journal of Health Economics (forthcoming).

Press releases in:

→ Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung, 3.5.2020, Minister und Medizinmänner

→ Faz.net, 8.5.2020, Wenn Mediziner zu Ministern werden


Salm, M. and A. Wübker (2020), Sources of regional variation in healthcare utilization in Germany. Journal of Health Economics 69 (2020): 10227.

→ This paper won the "Wissenschaftspreis der deutschen Gesellschaft für Gesundheitsökonomie".


Schmitz, H. and M. Stroka-Wetsch (2020), Determinants of nursing home choice: Does reported quality matter?. Health Economics (forthcoming).

2019


Avdic, D., G. Moscelli, A. Pilny und I. Sriubaite. (2019), Subjective and objective quality and choice of hospital: Evidence from maternal care services in Germany. Journal of Health Economics 68 (2019): 102229.


Bauer, Th.K., M. Giesecke and L. Janisch (2019), The Impact of Forced Migration on Mortality: Evidence from German Pension Insurance Records. Demography 56 (1): 25-47.


Börnhorst, C., D. Heger and A. Mensen (2019), Associations of childhood health and financial situation with quality of life after retirement – regional variation across Europe. PLOS ONE 14 (4).


Broda, A., A. Wübker, P. Bremer, G. Meyer, A. Renom Guiteras, D. Sauerland and A. Stephan (2019), Versorgungsplanung für Menschen mit Demenz am Übergang von der Häuslichkeit ins Pflegeheim: der „Balance-of-Care“-Ansatz im RightTimePlaceCare-Projekt in Deutschland. Zeitschrift für Gerontologie und Geriatrie: 1-7.


Fischer, M., M. Karlsson, T. Nilsson and N. Schwarz (2019), The Long-Term Effects of Long Terms – Compulsory Schooling Reforms in Sweden. Journal of the European Economic Association (forthcoming).


Garas A., S. Guthmuller and A. Lapatinas (2019), The development of nation conditions the disease space, Publications Office of the European Union (forthcoming).


Guthmuller S., M. Dumangane, L. Giua and P. Mosberger (2019), Cost Effectiveness Analysis: Methodology for the Food Chain Area, EUR 29659 EN. Publications Office of the European Union.


Heger, D. and T. Korfhage (2019), Does the negative effect of caregiving persist over time? Feminist Economics (forthcoming).


Kamhöfer, D. A., H. Schmitz and M. Westphal (2019), Heterogeneity in Marginal Non-Monetary Returns to Higher Education, Journal of the European Economic Association[nbsp]17(1): 205-244.


Noweski M., S. Altin, A. Walendzik and J. Wasem (2019), Versichertenpräferenzen in der ambulanten Versorgung in Westfalen-Lippe. Gesundheits- und Sozialpolitik, Jahrgang 73 (2019), Heft 6: 14-19


 Wübker, A. and C. Wuckel (2019), The impact of private for-profit hospital ownership on costs and quality of care – evidence from Germany. CESifo Economic Studies (forthcoming).

2018


Avdic, D. and A. Karimi (2018), Modern Family? Paternity Leave and Marital Stability. American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 10 (4): 283–307.


Brosig-Koch, J. and T. Heinrich (2018), The role of communication content and reputation in the choice of transaction partners. Games and Economic Behavior 112: 49-66.


Bünnings, C., H. Schmitz, H. Tauchmann and N. R. Ziebarth (2018), The Role of Prices Relative to Supplemental Benefits and Service Quality in Health Plan Choice. Journal of Risk and Insurance 86 (2): 415-449.


Costa, N., A. Wübker, A. Demauleon, S. M.G Zwakhalen, D. Challis, H. Leino‐Kilpi, I. Hallberg, A. Stephan, A. Zabalegui, K. Saks, L. Molinier, A. Wimo, B. Vellas, D. Sauerland, I. Binot and M. Soto (2018), Costs of care of agitation associated to dementia in 8 European countries: results from the RightTimePlaceCare study. Journal of the American Medical Directors Association 19 (1).


Eilers, L. and A. Pilny (2018), Data from a Randomized Experiment: Financial Incentives on Weight Loss (RWI‐Obesity). Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik 238 (6). 591-600. 


Geyer, J. and T. Korfhage (2018), Labor supply effects of long-term care reform in Germany. Health Economics 27 (9): 1328-1339. 


Guhl, D., K.E. Blankart and T. Stargardt (2018), Service quality and perceived customer value in community pharmacies. Health Services Management Research. 


Guthmuller S. and J. Wittwer (2018), The Eligibility Threshold Impact of a French Means-Tested Complementary Health Insurance on Doctor Visits: a Regression Discontinuity Analysis. Health Economics. 26 (12): e17- e34.


Heger, D. (2018), Decomposing Differences in Health and Inequality using Quasi‐Objective Health Indices. Applied Economics 50 (26): 2844‐2859.  


Heger, D. and T. Korfhage (2018), Care choices in Europe: To each according to his or her needs? INQUIRY 55: 1‐16. 


Heinrich, N., A. Wübker and C. Wuckel (2018), Waiting times for outpatient treatment in Germany: New experimental evidence from primary data. Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik 238 (5): 375-394.


Hentschker, C. and R. Mennicken (2018), The volume‐outcome relationship revisited: Practice indeed makes perfect. Health Services Research 53 (1): 15‐34.  


Hentschker, C., R. Mennicken, A. Reifferscheid, J. Wasem and A. Wübker (2018), Volume‐outcome relationship and minimum volume regulations in the German hospital sector ‐ Evidence from nationwide administrative hospital data for the year 2005‐2007. Health Economics Review 8 (25). 


Jacobs, R., L. Aylott, T. Doran, S. Gilbody, M. Goddard, H. Gravelle, N. Gutacker, P. Kasteridis, T. Kendrick, J. Ride, C. Kronenberg and A. Mason, Association between incentivised primary care and hospital utilisation for people with serious mental illness: Analysis of linked longitudinal primary and secondary care records, BMJ Open.  


Kamhöfer, D. A., H. Schmitz, and M. Westphal (2018), Heterogeneity in Marginal Non‐monetary Returns to Higher Education. Journal of the European Economic Association. 


Karlsson M., J.P. Atal, H. Fang and N. Ziebarth (2018), Exit, Voice or Loyalty? An Investigation into Mandated Portability of Front‐Loaded Private Health Plans. Journal of Risk and Insurance.  


Karlsson M. and N. Ziebarth (2018), Population health effects and health‐related costs of extreme temperatures: Comprehensive evidence for Germany. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 91: 93‐117.  


Kolodziej, I., A. R. Reichert, and H. Schmitz (2018), New Evidence on Employment Effects of Informal Care Provision in Europe. Health Services Research, 53(4): 2027-2046.  


Reichert, A. R. and M. Stroka‐Wetsch (2018), Nursing home prices and quality of care ‐ Evidence from administrative data. Health Economics 27 (1): 129‐140.  


Tubeuf S and S. Guthmuller (2017), Economic Evaluation of Family-Based Therapies for Children and Adolescents: what do we know? Global & Regional Health Technology Assessment.


Wübker, A. (2018), Herausforderungen im Gesundheitswesen in Regionen mit sinkenden Bevölkerungszahlen. Wirtschaftsdienst (5): 2-4.


Zhang, Y., M. Salm and A. van Soest (2018), The effect of retirement on healthcare utilization: evidence from China, Journal of Health Economics 62: 165-177.

2017


Avdic, D. and M. Karlsson (2017), Growth in Earnings and Health: Nothing is as Practical as a Good Theory. Review of Income and Wealth 63: 777–787.


Bauer, Th.K., S. Braun, and M. Kvasnicka (2017), Nuclear Power Plant Closures and Local Housing Values: Evidence from Fukushima and the German Housing Market. Journal of Urban Economics 99: 94-106.


Bhalotra, S., M. Karlsson and T. Nilsson (2017), Infant Health and Longevity. Evidence from a Historical Trial in Sweden. Journal of the European Economic Association 15: 5.


Binswanger, J. and M. Salm (2017), Does everyone use probabilities? The role of cognitive skills, European Economic Review 98: 73‐85.


Brosig-Koch, J., Kokot, J. and Hehenkamp, B. (2017), The effects of competition on medical service provision. Health Economics 26 (S3): 6-20.


Brosig-Koch, J., T. Riechmann and J.Weimann (2017), The dynamics of behavior in modified dictator games. PLOS ONE 12 (4): e0176199.


Büyükdurmus, T., T. Kopetsch, H. Schmitz and H. Tauchmann (2017), On the interdependence of ambulatory and hospital care in the German health system. Health Economic Review 7(2), 1-19.


Buchner, F., J. Wasem and S. Schillo (2017), Regression trees identify relevant interactions: Can this improve the predictive performance of risk adjustment? Health Economics 26 (1): 74-85.


Fischer K.E., T. Koch, K. Kostev and T. Stargardt (2017), The impact of physician‐level drug budgets on prescribing behaviour. European Journal of Health Economics 19 (2): 213‐222.


Geyer, J., P. Haan and T. Korfhage (2017), Indirect Fiscal Effects of Long-term Care Insurance. Fiscal Studies 38 (3): 359-519.


Haering, A. and T. Heinrich (2017), Risk Preferences in China: Results from Experimental Economics. ASIEN 142: 68‐89.


Heger, D. (2017), The mental health of children providing care to their elderly parents. Health Economics 26 (12): 1617‐1629.


Fischer, K.E., K. Peters and T. Stargardt, Information on product quality, change agency and product adoption. ACAD MANAGE PROC. Jan 1;2017(1):13580.


French, E.B., McCauley, J., Aragon, M., Bakx, P., Chalkley, M., Chen, S.H., Christensen, B.J., Chuang, H., Côté‐Sergent, A., De Nardi, M., Fan, Échevin, E.D., Geoffard, P., Gastaldi‐Ménager, C., Gørtz, M., Ibuka, Y., Jones, J.B., Kallestrup‐Lamb, M., Karlsson, M., Klein, T.J., de Lagasnerie, G., Michaud. P.C., O’Donnell, O., Rice, N., Skinner, J.S., van Doorslaer, E., Ziebarth, N.R., and Kelly, E. (2017), End‐Of‐Life Medical Spending in Last Twelve Months is Lower than Previously Reported. Health Affairs.


Karlsson M., S. Bhalotra, and T. Nilsson (2017), Infant Health and Longevity. Evidence from a Historical Trial in Sweden. Journal of the European Economic Association 15 (5).


Kerkemeyer, L., G. Lux, A. Walendzik, J. Wasem, and A. Neumann (2017), Versorgung von Patienten mit Spastik nach Schlaganfall. Der Nervenarzt 8.


Kronenberg, C., Doran, T., Goddard, M., Kendrick, T., Gilbody, S., Dare, C., Aylott, L., and Jacobs, R. (2017), Identifying primary care quality indicators for people with serious mental illness: a systematic review. British Journal of General Practice 67 (661): 519‐530.


Kronenberg, C., R. Jacobs, and E. Zucchelli (2017), The impact of the UK National Minimum Wage on mental health. SSM ‐ Population Health (3): 749‐755.


Nayroles, G., S. Frybourg, S. Gabriel, A. Kornfeld, F. Antonanzas‐Villar, J. Espín, C. Jommi, N. Martini, G. de Pouvourville, K. Tolley, J. Wasem, and M. Toumi (2017), Unlocking the potential of established products: toward new incentives rewarding innovation in Europe. Journal of Market Access & Health Policy 5 (1): 1‐15.


Pilny, A. (2017), Explaining Differentials in Subsidy Levels among Hospital Ownership Types in Germany. Health Economics 26 (5): 566‐581.


Pilny, A., A. Wübker and N. R. Ziebarth (2017), Introducing Risk Adjustment and Free Health Plan Choice in Employer‐Based Health Insurance: Evidence from Germany. Journal of Health Economics 56: 330‐351.


Reichert, A. R. and M. Stroka‐Wetsch (2017), Nursing home prices and quality of care ‐ Evidence from administrative data. Health Economics 27(1): 129‐140.


Schmitz, H. and M. Westphal (2017), Informal Care and Long-term Labor Market Outcomes. Journal of Health Economics 56: 1-18.


Schmitz, H. and N. R. Ziebarth (2017), Does Price Framing Affect the Consumer Price Sensitivity of Health Plan Choice?. Journal of Human Resources 52 (1): 88‐127.

2016


Altin, S.V., and S. Stock (2016), The impact of health literacy, patient‐centered communication and shared decision‐making on patients' satisfaction with care received in German primary care practices. BMC Health Service Research 16(450).


Avdic, D. (2016), Improving Efficiency or Impairing Access? Health Care Consolidation and Quality of Care: Evidence from Emergency Hospital Closures in Sweden, Journal of Health Economics 48: 44‐60.


Avdic, D. and A. Karimi (2016), Modern family? Paternity leave and marital stability. Working Paper Series 2016:23, IFAU ‐ Institute for Evaluation of Labour Market and Education Policy.


Avdic, D. and P. Johansson (2016), Absenteeism, Gender and The Morbidity–Mortality Paradox, Journal of Applied Econometrics 32: 440‐462.


Buchberger, B., H. Huppertz, L. Krabbe, B. Lux, J.T. Mattivi, and A. Siafarikas (2016), Symptoms of depression and anxiety in youth with type 1 diabetes: A systematic review and meta‐analysis. Psychoneuroendocrinology 70: 70‐84.


Buchberger, B., L. Krabbe, B. Lux, and T.J. Mattivi (2016), Evidence mapping for decision making: feasibility versus accuracy – when to abandon high sensitivity in electronic searches. GMS 14: 1‐6.


Carrieri, V. and A. Wübker (2016), Quasi-experimental evidence on the effects of health information on preventive behaviour in Europe. Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics 78 (6): 765-791.


Cid, C., R. Ellis, V. Vargas, J. Wasem, and L. Prieto (2016), Global Risk ‐ Adjusted Payment Models. World Scientific Handbook of Global Health Economics and Public Policy (1): 311‐362.


Costa-Font, J., M. Karlsson and H. Øien (2016), Careful in the Crisis? Determinants of Older People's Informal Care Receipt in Crisis-Struck European Countries. Health Economics 25 (S2), 25-42.


Decker, S. and H. Schmitz (2016), Health Shocks and Risk Aversion. Journal of Health Economics 50 : 154‐170.


Fischer, K.E., T. Heisser, and T. Stargardt (2016), Health benefit assessment of pharmaceuticals: An international comparison of decisions from Germany, England, Scotland and Australia. Health Policy 120 (10): 1115‐1122.


Fischer, K.E., and T. Stargardt (2016), The diffusion of generics after patent expiry in Germany. European Journal of Health Economics 17 (8): 1027‐1040.


Freytag, A., J. Biermann, A. Ochs, G. Lux, T. Lehmann, J. Ziegler, S. Schulz, M. Wensing, J. Wasem, and J. Gensichen (2016), Effekte Hausarztzentrierter Versorgung. Deutsches Ärzteblatt 113(47): 791‐798.


Freytag, A., M. Krause, T. Lehmann, S. Schulz, F. Wolf, J. Biermann, J. Wasem, and J. Gensichen (2016), Depression management within GP‐centered health care –A case‐control study based on claims data. General Hospital Psychiatry 45: 91‐98.


Heger, D. (2017), The mental health of children providing care to their elderly parents. Health Economics 26(12): 1617-1629.


Hostenkamp, G., K.E. Fischer, and K. Borch‐Johnsen (2016), Drug safety and the impact of drug warnings: An interrupted time series analysis of diabetes drug prescriptions in Germany and Denmark. Health Policy 120 (12): 1404‐1411.


Göpffarth, D., T. Kopetsch, and H. Schmitz (2016), Determinants of Regional Variation in Health Expenditures in Germany. Health Economics 25 (7): 801‐815.


Guhl, D., T. Stargardt, U. Schneider, and K.E. Fischer (2016), Dispensing behaviour of pharmacies in prescription drug markets. Health Policy, 120 (2): 190‐197.


Islam, N. and B. Kim (2016), Gender difference in path dependency and spousal bargaining in lifestyle formation: evidence from Korea. Working Papers Department of Economics 547929, KU Leuven, Faculty of Economics and Business, Department of Economics.


Kamhöfer, D. A. and H. Schmitz (2016), Reanalyzing Zero Returns to Education in Germany. Journal of Applied Econometrics 31 (5): 912‐919.


Karlsson, M., and D. Avdic: Growth in Earnings and Health: Nothing is as Practical as a Good Theory. Review of Income and Wealth.


Karlsson, M., T. Klein and N. Ziebarth (2016), Skewed, Persistent and High before Death: Medical Spending in Germany. Fiscal Studies 37 (3‐4): 527‐559.


Kim, B. (2016), Inequality of opportunity for healthy aging in Europe. Working Papers Department of Economics 549636, KU Leuven, Faculty of Economics and Business, Department of Economics.


Kim, B. (2016), Inequity in unmet medical need among the European elderly. Working Papers Department of Economics 542513, KU Leuven, Faculty of Economics and Business, Department of Economics.


Marschner, C., J. Wasem, and R. Heymann (2016), Abgrenzungskonzeption zur Definition Landarzt – Ansatz zur Umsetzung im Bereich der Versorgungsforschung. Das Gesundheitswesen 80 (6): 564‐572.


Mattivi T.J., and B. Buchberger (2016). Using the AMSTAR checklist for rapid reviews: Is it feasible? Int J Technol Assess Health Care 32(4): 1‐8.


Matusiewicz, D., G. Lux, J. Wasem, and H. Dahl (2016), Bundesweite Zahnärztestudie zu Grundmotiven und Zukunftsvisionen niederlassungsberechtigter Zahnärzte in Deutschland. Sozialer Fortschritt 65 (12): 283‐290.


Pilny, A. and M. Stroka (2016), Determinants of Received Long‐term Care ‐ Individual Responses to Regional Nursing Home Provisions. Health Care Management Science 19 (4): 326‐337.


Przylog, A., M. Stroka, S. Engel and R. Linder (2016), Bieten Pflegeheime mit besseren Pflegenoten auch eine bessere Qualität? Eine empirische Analyse auf Basis von GKV‐Routinedaten. Zeitschrift für Gerontologie und Geriatrie 49 (4): 308‐316.


Reifferscheid, A., N. Pomorin, and J. Wasem (2016) Pflegerische Versorgungsdefizite in deutschen Krankenhäusern ‐ Ergebnisse einer bundesweiten Befragung von Krankenhaus‐Leitungspersonen / Nursing care deficits in German hospitals – Results of nationwide survey among supervisory staff in hospitals. Das Gesundheitswesen 79 (1): 97‐102.


Schiele, V. and H. Schmitz (2016), Quantile Treatment Effects of Job Loss on Health. Journal of Health Economics 49: 59‐69.


Schillo, S., G. Lux, J. Wasem, and F. Buchner (2016), High cost pool or high cost groups –How to handle high(est) cost cases in a risk adjustment mechanism?. Health Policy 120 (2): 141‐147.


Stroka, M. (2016), Drug Overprescription in Nursing Homes: An Empirical Evaluation of Administrative Data. European Journal of Health Economics 17 (3): 257‐267.


Weschenfelder, A., V. Reissner, M. Knollmann, J. Hebebrand, J. Wasem, and A. Neumann (2016), Ökonomische Evaluation eines manualbasierten Therapiekonzeptes für psychisch kranke Kinder und Jugendliche mit schulvermeidendem Verhalten. Zeitschrift für Kinder ‐ und Jugendpsychiatrie und Psychotherapie 46(1): 47‐56.  

2015


Brosig-Koch, J., T. Heinrich, und C. Helbach (2015), Exploring the capability to reason backwards: An experimental study with children, adolescents, and young adults. European Economic Review 74: 286-302.


Geyer, J. und T. Korfhage (2015), Long-term Care Insurance and Carers’ Labor Supply - A Structural Model. Health Economics 24 (9): 1178-1191.


Neumann A., S. Mostardt, J. Biermann, G. Gelbrich, A. Göhler, B. P. Geisler, U. Siebert, S. Störk, G. Ertl, C. E. Angermann und J. Wasem (2015), Cost-Effectiveness and Cost-Utility of a Structured Collaborative Disease Management in the Interdisciplinary Network for Heart Failure (IHN) Study. Clinical Research in Cardiology 104: 304-309.


Wübker, A., S. M. G. Zwakhalen, D. Challis, S. Karlsson, A. Zabalegui, M. Soto, K. Saks und D. Sauerland (2015), Costs of care for people with dementia just before and after nursing home placement: primary data from 8 European countries. European Journal of Health Economics 16 (7): 689-707.

 

Discussion Papers

 

2021


Sriubaite, I. (2021), Who will be the mediator? Local politics and hospital closures in Germany. , Ruhr Economic Papers #897. RUB, RWI.

2020


Pilny, A. and F. Roesel (2020), Are Doctors Better Health Ministers?, Ruhr Economic Papers #849. RUB, RWI.

2019


Korfhage, T. (2019), Long-Run Consequences of Informal Elderly Care and Implications of Public Long-Term Care Insurance. Ruhr Economic Papers #813. RUB, RWI.

2018


Augurzky, B., T. K. Bauer, A. R. Reichert, C. M. Schmidt and H. Tauchmann (2018), Habit Formation, Obesity, and Cash Rewards. Ruhr Economic Papers #750. RUB, RWI.


Avdic, D., T. Büyükdurmus, G. Moscelli, A. Pilny and I. Sriubaite (2018), Subjective and objective quality reporting and choice of hospital: Evidence from maternal care services in Germany. CINCH working paper series #3.


Bhalotra, S., M. Karlsson, T. Nilsson and N. Schwarz (2018), Infant Health, Cognitive Performance and Earnings: Evidence from Inception of the Welfare State in Sweden. WP 18/06. HEDG, University of York.


Hentschker, C. und A. Wübker (2018), Quasi-experimental evidence on the effectiveness of heart attack treatment in Germany. CINCH working paper series #4.

2017


Altin, S., C. Bauer, U. May. A. Walendzik, J. Wasem and A. Ziebe, Regulierung und adequate Preisbildung im Markt der Biosimilars. IBES Diskussionsbei‐trag, Institut für Betriebswirtschaft und Volkswirtschaft, Universität Duisburg‐Essen, Nr. 220 (77 p.).


Augurzky, B., C. Bünnings und A. Wübker (2017), The Relationship between Nurse Staffing Levels and Objective and Subjective Quality of Care: A Panel Data Approach for Germany. Ruhr Economic Papers #724. UDE, RUB, RWI.


Fischer, M., M. Karlsson, T. Nilsson and N. Schwarz (2017), The Long-Term Effects of Long Terms. Compulsory Schooling Reforms in Sweden. Ruhr Economic Papers #733. RUB, RWI.


Haering, A., T. Heinrich and T. Mayrhofer (2017), Exploring the Consistency of Higher‐Order Risk Preferences. Ruhr Economic Papers #688. UDE, RWI.


Hafner, L., H. Tauchmann and A. Wübker (2017), Does Moderate Weight Loss Affect Subjective Health Perception in Obese Individuals? ‐ Evidence from Field Experimental Data. Ruhr Economic Papers #730. RUB, RWI.


Heinrich, N., A. Wübker and C. Wuckel (2017), Waiting Times for Outpatient Treatment in Germany: New Experimental Evidence from Primary Data. Ruhr Economic Papers #683. RUB, RWI.


Hentschker, C., R. Mennicken, A. Reifferscheid, J. Wasem and A. Wübker (2017), Volume‐outcome Relationship and Minimum Volume Regulations in the German Hospital Sector – Evidence from Nationwide Administrative Hospital Data for the Year 2005‐2007. Ruhr Economic Papers #720. UDE, RUB, RWI.


Kamhöfer, D. and M. Westphal ‐ Fertility Effects of College Education: Evidence from the German Educational Expansion. CINCH working paper series #5.


Pilny, A., A. Wübker and N. R. Ziebarth (2017), Introducing Risk Adjustment and Free Health Plan Choice in Employer‐Based Health Insurance: Evidence from Germany. Ruhr Economic Papers #682. RUB, RWI.


Salm, M. und A. Wübker (2017), Causes of Regional Variation in Healthcare Utilization in Germany. Ruhr Economic Papers #675. RUB, RWI.


Walendzik, A. and J. Wasem (2917), Organisations‐und Finanzierungsmodelle für eine ambulante psychotherapeutische Weiterbildung nach einem Approbationsstudium. IBES Diskussionsbeitrag, Institut für Betriebswirtschaft und Volkswirtschaft, Universität Duisburg‐Essen, Nr. 221 (92 p.).

2016


Heger, D. (2016), Decomposing Differences in Health and Inequality Using Quasi‐Objective Health Indices. Ruhr Economic Papers #607. RWI.


Heger, D. and I. Kolodziej (2016), Changes in Morbidity over Time – Evidence from Europe. Ruhr Economic Papers #640. RUB, RWI.


Heger, D. and T. Korfhage (2016), Care Choices in Europe: To Each According to His Needs?. Ruhr Economic Papers #649. RWI.


Hentschker, C. and A. Wübker (2016), The Impact of Technology Diffusion in Health Care Markets – Evidence from Heart Attack Treatment. Ruhr Economic Papers #632. RUB, RWI.


Schmitz, H. and M. Westphal (2016), Informal Care and Long‐term Labor Market Outcomes. Ruhr Economic Papers #646. RGS, RWI, UDE.


Roller, C., M. Stroka-Wetsch und R. Linder (2016), Informal Care Provision and Work Disability Days. Ruhr Economic Papers #616. RUB, RWI.


Stroka-Wetsch, M., A. Talmann und R. Linder (2016), Does Competition in the Out-Patient Sector Improve Quality of Medical Care? – Evidence from Administrative Data. Ruhr Economic Papers #638. RUB, RWI.


Wasem, J., F. Buchner, A, Walendzik and M. Schröder (2016), Qualitative Analysen zur harmonisierten Berechnung der Altersrückstellung und der verfassungskonformen Ausgestaltung ihrer Portabilität. IBES Diskussionsbeitrag, Institut für Betriebswirtschaft und Volkswirtschaft, Universität Duisburg‐Essen, Nr. 218 (101 p.).