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作者:Wallace Huffman , Sonya Huffman , Kyrre Rickertsen ...
来源:[J].Forum for Health Economics & Policy, 2010, Vol.13 (1)BE Press
摘要:As per capita incomes in developed countries have grown over the past three decades, over-nutrition leading to obesity and elevated health risks for cardiovascular disease, diabetes and some forms of cancer has occurred. We use economic and econometric models to identify the impa...
作者:Gary Burtless , Pavel Svaton
来源:[J].Forum for Health Economics & Policy, 2010, Vol.13 (1)BE Press
摘要:Cash income offers an incomplete picture of the resources available to finance household consumption. Most American families are covered by an insurance plan that pays for some or all of the health care they consume. Only a comparatively small percentage of families pays for th...
作者:Mark Trusheim , Murray Aitken , Ernst Berndt
来源:[J].Forum for Health Economics & Policy, 2010, Vol.13 (1)BE Press
摘要:While much has been written about the distinctions between biologics and small molecules in terms of their scientific, manufacturing and regulatory experiences, relatively little has been published comparing their clinical and commercial experiences. Employing a data base encomp...
作者:Lindsey Leininger , Helen Levy , Diane Schanzenbach
来源:[J].Forum for Health Economics & Policy, 2010, Vol.13 (1)BE Press
摘要:About 7.4 million children were covered by the State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) at some point during fiscal year 2008. Many of these children would probably have had private coverage in the absence of SCHIP; recent estimates of the extent of "crowd-out" associate...
作者:M. Bundorf , Bradley Herring , Mark Pauly
来源:[J].Forum for Health Economics & Policy, 2010, Vol.13 (2)BE Press
摘要:While many believe that an individual's health plays an important role in both their willingness and ability to obtain health insurance in the employment-based setting, relatively little agreement exists on the extent to which health status affects coverage rates, particularly fo...
作者:Roger Feldman , Stephen Parente
来源:[J].Forum for Health Economics & Policy, 2010, Vol.13 (2)BE Press
摘要:We propose a model of enrollee incentives in consumer directed health plans (CDHPs) and estimate the model with data from a large employer that offered a CDHP in addition to two traditional health insurance plans. In the CDHP a portion of the enrollee's pretax compensation is pl...
作者:Cassandra Guarino , Chung Pham , Elaine Quiter ...
来源:[J].Forum for Health Economics & Policy, 2010, Vol.13 (2)BE Press
摘要:This study identifies factors that predict internal medicine resident satisfaction with the quality of teaching by attendings. A key issue facing educators is whether high-quality instruction can be maintained in an environment in which attending physicians have many competing d...
作者:Sikiru Abdulsalam
来源:[J].Forum for Health Economics & Policy, 2010, Vol.13 (2)BE Press
摘要:This study develops a macroeconometric model of the Nigerian economy to examine the potential impact of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)/ acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) on key macroeconomic outcomes in Nigeria. The baseline model of the Nigerian economy is estimated ...
作者:Anindya Sen , Hideki Ariizumi , Daciana Driambe
来源:[J].Forum for Health Economics & Policy, 2010, Vol.13 (2)BE Press
摘要:Recent U.S. studies report much smaller youth smoking participation elasticities compared to research based on 1980s and 1990s data. We exploit the considerable time-series variation available within and across Canadian provinces. In particular, we study the dramatic (50%) reduct...
作者:Resul Cesur , Inas Kelly
来源:[J].Forum for Health Economics & Policy, 2010, Vol.13 (2)BE Press
摘要:While the effects of low birth weight have long been explored, the literature on the effects of high birth weight is sparse. However, with increasing obesity rates in the United States, high birth weight has become a potential concern, and has been associated in the medical lite...

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