REFERENCES BY TOPICS
Economic theory and econometrics - Health economics and contingent valuation
Economic Theory and Econometrics
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Bentler, P.M., e D.G. Weeks (1980): “Multivariate Analysis with Latent Variables,” in Handbook of Statistics, ed. Edito da P.R. Krishnaiah, e L.Kanal, pp 747-771, North Holland, Amsterdam.
Bock, R. D., e R. D. Gibbons (1996): “High-Dimensional Multivariate Probit Analysis,” Econometrics, 52: 1183–1194.
Browning, M, T. F. Crossley, and G. Weber (2003): “Asking Consumption Questions in General Purpose Surveys,” Journal of Economics, 113(5): F540–F567.
Cooper, J., F. Perali e M. Veronesi (2006): Integrated Assessment and Management of Public Resources, Edgar Elgar, Northampton, MA, USA.
De Agostini P. (2006): “Three Essays on Health Economics,” Doctoral Thesis, Department of Economics, University of Verona.
Joreskog, K. G., e A. S. Goldberger (1975), “Estimation of a Model with Multiple Indicators and Multiple Causes of a Single Latent Variable,” Journal of the American Statistical Association, 70: 631-639.
Lewbel, A (2003): “Calculating Compensation in Cases of Wrongful Death,” Journal of Econometrics, 113(1): 115-128.
Menon M. e F. Perali (2005): “Identification of the Sharing Rule within Collective Models,” mimeo, Department of Economics, University of Verona.
Micklewright, J. and S. V. Schnepf (2007): “How Reliable Are Income Data Collected with a Single Question?,” Discussion Paper Series, IZA DP No. 3177.
Phipps S. (2002): “The Well Being of Young Canadian Children in International Perspective: A Functionings Approach,” Review of Income and Wealth, 48(4): 493-513.
Sahn, D. E. and D. Stifel (2003) “Exploring Alternative Measures of Welfare in the Absence of Expenditure Data,” Review of Income and Wealth, 49(4) 463-89.
Saito, M., (2003): “Amartya Sen’s capability approach to education: A critical exploration,” Journal of Philosophy of Education, 37(1): 17-34.
Saunders, P. (2006): “The Costs of Disability and the Incidence of Poverty,” SPRC Discussion Paper No. 147.
Sen, A. (1985): Commodities and Capabilities, Amsterdam: Elsevier Science, North-Holland.
Zellner, A (1970), “Estimation of Regression Relationships Containing Unobservable Variables,” International Economic Review, 11: 441-454.
Wansbeek T. and Meijer E. (2000): “Measurement Error and Latent Variables,” in Econometrics, North Holland, Elsevier Science, The Netherlands.
Health Economics and Contingent Valuation
Alberini, A., A. Krupnick, M. Cropper, N. Simon, and J. Cook (2001): “The Willingness To Pay for Mortality Risk Reductions: A Comparison of the United States and Canada,” Nota di Lavoro Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei no. 92.
Barros, C.P., A. Gomes de Menezes, J. Cabral Vieira, N. Peypoch, and B. Solonandrasana (2007): “An Analysis of Hospital Efficiency and Productivity Growth Using the Luenberger Productivity Indicator,” IZA DP No. 2689.
Bishai, D., J. Sindelar, E.P. Ricketts, S. Huettner, L. Cornelius, J.J. Lloyd, J.R. Havens, C.A. Latkin, and S.A. Strathdee (forthcoming): “Willingness to Pay for Drug Rehabilitation: Implications for Cost Recovery,” Journal of Health Economics.
Bonato, D., S. Nocera, and H. Telser (2001) "The Contingent Valuation Method in Health Care An Economic Evaluation of Alzheimer’s Disease," Working Paper 01-01, Institute of Economics, University of Bern.
Cookson, R. (2000): “Incorporating Psycho-Social Considerations into Health Valuation: An Experimental Study,” Journal of Health Economics, 19: 369-401.
Dickie, M. and S. Gerking (2002): “Willingness to Pay for Reduced Morbidity,” Working Paper, Department of Economics, University of Central Florida.
Frewa, E., J.L. Wolstenholmeb, and D.K. Whynesc (2001): “Willingness-to-pay for Colorectal Cancer Screening,” European Journal of Cancer, 37: 1746-1751.
Hashimoto, K., T. Nakamura, I. Wada, S. Satoh, M. Seta, and M. Ohashi (2006): “How Great Is Willingness to Pay for Recovery from Sequelae after Severe Traumatic Brain Injury in Japan?,” Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine, 38(2): 141-3.
Johnson, F.R., E.E. Fries, and H.S. Banzhaf (1997): “Valuing Morbidity: An Integration of the Willingness-To-Pay and Health-Status Index Literatures,” Journal of Health Economics, 16: 641-65.
Krupnick, A., A. Alberini, M. Cropper, N. Simon, B. O’Brien, R. Goeree, and M. Heintzelman (2002): “Age, Health and the Willingness to Pay for Mortality Risk Reductions: A Contingent Valuation Survey of Ontario Residents,” Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 24(2): 161-86.
Schiffner, R., S. Brunnberg, U. Hohenleutner, W. Stolz, and M. Landthaler (2002): “Willingness to Pay and Time Trade-Off: Useful Utility Indicators for the Assessment of Quality of Life and Patient Satisfaction in Patients with Port Wine Stains,” British Journal of Dermatology, 146: 440-7.
Whynesa, D.K., E. Frewb, and J.L. Wolstenholme (2003): “A Comparison of Two Methods for Eliciting Contingent Valuations of Colorectal Cancer Screening,” Journal of Health Economics, 22: 555-74.
Zethraeus, N. (1998): “Willingness to Pay for Hormone Replacement Therapy,” Health Economics, 7: 31-38.