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Discipline name H-index Citations Publications World Ranking National Ranking
Economics and Finance D-index 30 Citations 4,399 103 World Ranking 2036 National Ranking 57

Overview

What is he best known for?

The fields of study he is best known for:

  • Statistics
  • World War II
  • Health care

The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Actuarial science, Demographic economics, Labour economics, Endogeneity and Panel data. His research in Actuarial science intersects with topics in Social security, Disability insurance, Communication channel and Public employment. His studies deal with areas such as Anticipation and Instrumental variable as well as Social security.

Maarten Lindeboom has included themes like Health effect, Care utilization, Set and Incentive, Financial incentives in his Endogeneity study. Maarten Lindeboom regularly links together related areas like Health care in his Panel data studies. Maarten Lindeboom has researched Demography in several fields, including Health equity, Socioeconomic status, Socioeconomics and Shock.

His most cited work include:

  • Cut-point Shift and Index Shift in Self-reported Health (316 citations)
  • Economic Conditions Early in Life and Individual Mortality (301 citations)
  • Does reporting heterogeneity bias the measurement of health disparities (239 citations)

What are the main themes of his work throughout his whole career to date?

His primary scientific interests are in Demographic economics, Demography, Actuarial science, Causal effect and Labour economics. Maarten Lindeboom interconnects Natural experiment, Regression discontinuity design and Unemployment in the investigation of issues within Demographic economics. His Demography research includes elements of Life expectancy and Longevity.

His Actuarial science study incorporates themes from Quality, Health care, Public economics, Endogeneity and Audit. Borrowing concepts from Instrumental variable, Maarten Lindeboom weaves in ideas under Causal effect. His studies link Panel data with Labour economics.

He most often published in these fields:

  • Demographic economics (47.55%)
  • Demography (45.10%)
  • Actuarial science (39.51%)

What were the highlights of his more recent work (between 2014-2020)?

  • Demography (45.10%)
  • Actuarial science (39.51%)
  • Demographic economics (47.55%)

In recent papers he was focusing on the following fields of study:

Maarten Lindeboom spends much of his time researching Demography, Actuarial science, Demographic economics, Recession and Regression discontinuity design. His work carried out in the field of Demography brings together such families of science as Gestation and Labour economics. His Actuarial science research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Disability insurance, Asset and Audit.

The concepts of his Demographic economics study are interwoven with issues in Natural experiment and Human capital. His work deals with themes such as Birth Year and Survey data collection, which intersect with Natural experiment. His Mortality rate research integrates issues from Young adult and Affect.

Between 2014 and 2020, his most popular works were:

  • Long-Run Effects of Gestation during the Dutch Hunger Winter Famine on Labor Market and Hospitalization Outcomes (61 citations)
  • The rise and fall of disability insurance enrollment in the Netherlands (35 citations)
  • Competition in the Dutch hospital sector : an analysis of health care volume and cost (18 citations)

In his most recent research, the most cited papers focused on:

  • Statistics
  • World War II
  • Health care

His primary areas of investigation include Health care, Oecd countries, Gerontology, Actuarial science and Demography. His Health care study incorporates themes from Total cost, Competition, Microeconomics, Incentive and Consumer behaviour. His work carried out in the field of Gerontology brings together such families of science as Longitudinal study, Occupational epidemiology and Socioeconomic status.

His Actuarial science research encompasses a variety of disciplines, including Causal effect and Public finance. His Demography research includes themes of Gestational exposure, First trimester and Labour economics. His Labour economics research includes elements of Gestation and Shock.

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Best Publications

Cut-point Shift and Index Shift in Self-reported Health

Maarten Lindeboom;Eddy van Doorslaer.
Journal of Health Economics (2004)

505 Citations

Economic Conditions Early in Life and Individual Mortality

Gerard J. Van Den Berg;Maarten Lindeboom.
The American Economic Review (2006)

454 Citations

Does reporting heterogeneity bias the measurement of health disparities

Teresa Bago d'Uva;Teresa Bago d'Uva;Eddy Van Doorslaer;Eddy Van Doorslaer;Maarten Lindeboom;Owen O'Donnell.
Health Economics (2008)

359 Citations

Subjective health measures and state dependent reporting errors

Marcel Kerkhofs;Maarten Lindeboom.
Health Economics (1995)

296 Citations

Parental education and child health: evidence from a schooling reform

Maarten Lindeboom;Ana Llena-Nozal;Bas van der Klaauw.
Journal of Health Economics (2009)

254 Citations

Retirement, financial incentives and health

Marcel Kerkhofs;Maarten Lindeboom;Jules Theeuwes.
Labour Economics (1999)

227 Citations

Long-run effects on longevity of a nutritional shock early in life : The Dutch Potato famine of 1846-1847

Maarten Lindeboom;Gerard J. van den Berg.
Journal of Health Economics (2010)

172 Citations

Does Retirement Kill You? Evidence from Early Retirement Windows *

Norma B. Coe;Maarten Lindeboom.
Social Science Research Network (2008)

168 Citations

MATCHING EMPLOYERS AND WORKERS: AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS ON THE EFFECTIVENESS OF SEARCH

Maarten Lindeboom;Jan Van Ours;Gusta Renes.
Serie Research Memoranda (1994)

168 Citations

THE EFFECT OF RETIREMENT ON COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING

Norma B. Coe;Hans Martin Von Gaudecker;Maarten Lindeboom;Jürgen Maurer.
Health Economics (2012)

156 Citations

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