2013 - Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences
Eddy van Doorslaer focuses on Health equity, Health care, Public health, Equity and Socioeconomic status. His Health equity research includes themes of Ordered probit, Econometrics and Social class. His Health care research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Poverty, Payment, Public economics and Demographic economics.
He has researched Payment in several fields, including Health care financing, Development economics and Social insurance. His Public health research focuses on Socioeconomics and how it relates to Health promotion, Urbanization and Extreme poverty. His work deals with themes such as Gerontology and Population health, which intersect with Socioeconomic status.
Health care, Demographic economics, Health equity, Public economics and Equity are his primary areas of study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Incentive, Actuarial science, Payment and Public health in addition to Health care. His Demographic economics study combines topics in areas such as Earnings, Social insurance and Long-term care.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Panel data, Econometrics, Health economics, Demography and Population health. His work on Developing country expands to the thematically related Public economics. In his papers, Eddy van Doorslaer integrates diverse fields, such as Equity and Oecd countries.
His primary areas of study are Health care, Demographic economics, Long-term care, Gerontology and Demography. His Health care study incorporates themes from Actuarial science, Social insurance and Public economics. His work carried out in the field of Public economics brings together such families of science as Incentive and Universal coverage.
His studies in Demographic economics integrate themes in fields like Health equity, Earnings, Panel data and Dutch Population. His Health equity research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Mortality rate and Socioeconomics. His study in the field of Long-term care insurance also crosses realms of Physical health and Equity.
Eddy van Doorslaer mainly investigates Long-term care, Gerontology, Demographic economics, Health care and Decomposition analysis. Eddy van Doorslaer applies his multidisciplinary studies on Gerontology and Physical health in his research. His Demographic economics research integrates issues from Long-term care insurance and Labour economics.
His Health care study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Deadweight loss and Public health. His Medical expenditure study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Percentile, Universal coverage, Ambulatory care and Public economics. His work on Claims data as part of general Economic growth research is often related to Quarter, thus linking different fields of science.
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Analyzing Health Equity Using Household Survey Data: A Guide to Techniques and their Implementation
Owen O'Donnell;Eddy van Doorslaer;Adam Wagstaff;Magnus Lindelow.
On the measurement of inequalities in health
Adam Wagstaff;Pierella Paci;Eddy van Doorslaer.
Social Science & Medicine (1991)
Socioeconomic inequalities in health: Measurement, computation, and statistical inference
Nanak Kakwani;Adam Wagstaff;Eddy van Doorslaer.
Journal of Econometrics (1997)
Catastrophe and impoverishment in paying for health care: with applications to Vietnam 1993–1998
Adam Wagstaff;Adam Wagstaff;Eddy van Doorslaer.
Health Economics (2003)
Inequalities in access to medical care by income in developed countries
Eddy van Doorslaer;Cristina Masseria;Xander Koolman.
Canadian Medical Association Journal (2006)
Effect of payments for health care on poverty estimates in 11 countries in Asia: an analysis of household survey data.
Eddy van Doorslaer;Owen O'Donnell;Ravi P Rannan-Eliya;Aparnaa Somanathan.
The Lancet (2006)
Equity in the delivery of health care in Europe and the US
Eddy Van Doorslaer;Adam Wagstaff;Hattem Van Der Burg;Terkel Christiansen.
Journal of Health Economics (2000)
Explaining income-related inequalities in doctor utilisation in Europe.
Eddy van Doorslaer;Xander Koolman;Andrew M. Jones.
Health Economics (2004)
On decomposing the causes of health sector inequalities with an application to malnutrition inequalities in Vietnam
Adam Wagstaff;Adam Wagstaff;Eddy van Doorslaer;Naoko Watanabe.
Journal of Econometrics (2003)
Catastrophic payments for health care in Asia
Eddy van Doorslaer;Owen O'Donnell;Ravindra P. Rannan-Eliya;Aparnaa Somanathan.
Health Economics (2007)
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