His main research concerns Economic evaluation, Health care, Actuarial science, Health economics and Public economics. His work carried out in the field of Economic evaluation brings together such families of science as Psychological intervention, Human capital, Development economics, Productivity and Valuation. His Health care study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Nursing, Quality of life, Cost–utility analysis and Equity.
His Actuarial science study incorporates themes from Cost–benefit analysis, Discounting, Public health and Contingent valuation. His studies deal with areas such as Health policy, Health administration and Environmental health as well as Health economics. His Public economics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Welfarism and Marginal cost.
Werner B. F. Brouwer spends much of his time researching Health care, Actuarial science, Health economics, Economic evaluation and Public economics. The various areas that Werner B. F. Brouwer examines in his Health care study include Cost–benefit analysis and Nursing, Psychological intervention, Quality of life. His Actuarial science research integrates issues from Quality-adjusted life year, Cost-effectiveness analysis, Life expectancy, Discounting and Valuation.
His work carried out in the field of Health economics brings together such families of science as Public finance, Health administration and Contingent valuation. His Economic evaluation study deals with Productivity intersecting with Absenteeism. His work deals with themes such as Gerontology, MEDLINE and Environmental health, which intersect with Public health.
His primary areas of investigation include Health care, Health economics, Public health, Context and Quality of life. The Health care study combines topics in areas such as Actuarial science, Demography, Opportunity cost and Cost-effectiveness analysis. His Actuarial science study combines topics in areas such as Value, Value based healthcare and Standard gamble.
Werner B. F. Brouwer has included themes like Cost–benefit analysis, Health technology, Willingness to pay, Health administration and Valuation in his Health economics study. His Public health study incorporates themes from Contingent valuation, Public finance, Gerontology and Environmental health. His work focuses on many connections between Quality of life and other disciplines, such as Mental health, that overlap with his field of interest in Chronic care, Somatic symptom disorder and Scale.
His primary areas of study are Health economics, Health care, Public health, Actuarial science and Cost–benefit analysis. The study incorporates disciplines such as Quality-adjusted life year, Reimbursement, Health administration and Willingness to pay in addition to Health economics. His studies in Health care integrate themes in fields like Public economics, Cost-effectiveness analysis, Government, Equity and Opportunity cost.
His Public health research incorporates themes from Demography, Activities of daily living and Quality of life. His Actuarial science research includes themes of Value based healthcare, Value, Time tradeoff and Expected utility hypothesis. As a part of the same scientific family, Werner B. F. Brouwer mostly works in the field of Cost–benefit analysis, focusing on Public finance and, on occasion, Intervention and MEDLINE.
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Economic valuation of informal care. An overview of methods and applications
Bernard van den Berg;Werner B. F. Brouwer;Marc A. Koopmanschap.
European Journal of Health Economics (2004)
Welfarism vs. extra-welfarism.
Werner B.F. Brouwer;Anthony J. Culyer;Anthony J. Culyer;N. Job A. van Exel;Frans F.H. Rutten.
Journal of Health Economics (2008)
Lifetime medical costs of obesity: prevention no cure for increasing health expenditure.
Pieter H. M. van Baal;Johan J. Polder;Johan J. Polder;G. Ardine de Wit;Rudolf T. Hoogenveen.
PLOS Medicine (2008)
The CarerQol instrument: A new instrument to measure care-related quality of life of informal caregivers for use in economic evaluations
W. B. F. Brouwer;N. J. A. van Exel;B. van Gorp;W. K. Redekop.
Quality of Life Research (2006)
Productivity losses without absence: Measurement validation and empirical evidence
W.B.F. Brouwer;M.A. Koopmanschap;F.F.H. Rutten.
Health Policy (1999)
Need for differential discounting of costs and health effects in cost effectiveness analyses.
Werner B F Brouwer;Louis W Niessen;Maarten J Postma;Frans F H Rutten.
Productivity Costs Measurement Through Quality of Life? A Response to the Recommendation of the Washington Panel
Werner B. F. Brouwer;Marc A. Koopmanschap;Frans F. H. Rutten.
Health Economics (1997)
An Overview of Methods and Applications to Value Informal Care in Economic Evaluations of Healthcare
Marc A. Koopmanschap;N. Job A. van Exel;Bernard van den Berg;Werner B. F. Brouwer.
Economic valuation of informal care: lessons from the application of the opportunity costs and proxy good methods
Bernard van den Berg;Werner Brouwer;Job van Exel;Marc Koopmanschap.
Social Science & Medicine (2006)
Discounting and decision making in the economic evaluation of health-care technologies.
Karl Claxton;Mike Paulden;Hugh Gravelle;Werner Brouwer.
Health Economics (2011)
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