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Canadian Centre for Health Economics

Publisher Description

The Canadian Centre for Health Economics (CCHE) strives to be the focal point for health economics research in Canada. The work of the Centre aims to provide solutions to issues in Canadian health research for those in the academic and policy realms. CCHE was founded to address the lack of a central organization in Canada that gathers analytical techniques and expertise from the field of economics that is focused on health research. The Centre also brings together amongst its student Fellows and Faculty Associates domestic and international researchers with a range of expertise in health economics and econometrics. The Centre supports analytic work in economics and disseminates research findings through its working papers, educational training courses and speaker series which are designed to serve as standard resources for health policy makers and academic health economists in Canada and abroad.

Research Reports in JSTOR from Canadian Centre for Health Economics
29 Research Reports in JSTOR Date
ADHD MISIDENTIFICATION IN SCHOOL:: CAUSES AND MITIGATORS 2020
ARE BANKS BAD FOR BOYS?: ESTIMATING THE EFFECT OF BANKS ON CHILD MORTALITY, EDUCATION, AND FERTILITY IN RURAL INDIA 2016
COMPLIANCE WITH SOCIAL DISTANCING:: THEORY AND EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE FROM ONTARIO DURING COVID-19 2020
CONSIDERATION OF TRADE-OFFS REGARDING COVID-19 CONTAINMENT MEASURES IN THE UNITED STATES:: IMPLICATIONS FOR CANADA 2021
EFFICIENCY ESTIMATION WITH PANEL QUANTILE REGRESSION:: AN APPLICATION USING LONGITUDINAL DATA FROM NURSING HOMES IN ONTARIO, CANADA 2017
AN EMPIRICAL EXAMINATION OF THE PATENTED MEDICINE PRICES REVIEW BOARD PRICE CONTROL AMENDMENTS ON DRUG LAUNCHES IN CANADA 2020
A FRAMEWORK FOR TESTING THE EQUALITY BETWEEN THE HEALTH CONCENTRATION CURVE AND THE 45-DEGREE LINE 2016
HETEROGENEITY IN THE SUPPORT FOR MANDATORY MASKS UNVEILED 2021
HOW DOES INSURANCE AFFECT THE PRICE OF DRUGS:: A GRAPHICAL ANALYSIS 2016
IMPACT OF INDIVIDUAL AND INSTITUTIONAL FACTORS ON WAGE RATE FOR NURSES IN CANADA:: IS THERE A MONOPSONY MARKET? 2017
IMPACT OF QUALITY-BASED PROCEDURES ON ORTHOPEDIC CARE QUANTITY AND QUALITY IN ONTARIO HOSPITALS 2021
INCOME-RELATED HEALTH TRANSFERS PRINCIPLES AND ORDERINGS OF JOINT DISTRIBUTIONS OF INCOME AND HEALTH 2016
INSPIRATION FROM THE “BIGGEST LOSER”:: SOCIAL INTERACTIONS IN A WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAM 2017
AN INSTRUMENTAL VARIABLES APPROACH TO ESTIMATING THE EFFECTS OF CHANGES IN THE HEROIN MARKET ON OVERDOSE IN THE US 2017
LONG-TERM DEMOGRAPHIC FORECASTS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR HEALTH CARE RESOURCES AND REPURPOSING 2017
MAKING THE GROSSMAN MODEL STOCHASTIC:: INVESTMENT IN HEALTH AS A STOCHASTIC CONTROL PROBLEM 2017
MORAL NIMBY-ISM?: UNDERSTANDING SOCIETAL SUPPORT FOR MONETARY COMPENSATION TO PLASMA DONORS IN CANADA 2018
NON-SEPARABLE TIME PREFERENCES AND NOVELTY CONSUMPTION:: THEORY AND EVIDENCE FROM THE EAST GERMAN TRANSITION TO CAPITALISM 2016
ON A POSSIBLE PROBLEM IN THE ESTIMATION OF SADDLE-POINT DYNAMIC ECONOMIC MODELS 2016
ON THE IMPORTANCE OF THE UPSIDE DOWN TEST IN ABSOLUTE SOCIOECONOMIC HEALTH INEQUALITY COMPARISONS 2018
PRIMARY CARE ACCESS AND EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT UTILIZATION:: THEORY AND EVIDENCE FROM CANADA 2017
PUBLICATION BIAS AND EDITORIAL STATEMENT ON NEGATIVE FINDINGS 2019
SLEEP AND HUMAN CAPITAL:: EVIDENCE FROM DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME 2016
SOME IMPLICATIONS OF DYNAMIC MIS-SPECIFICATION FOR THE ARELLANO-BOND ESTIMATOR 2016
SUCCESS BREEDS SUCCESS:: WEIGHT LOSS DYNAMICS IN THE PRESENCE OF SHORT-TERM AND LONG-TERM GOALS 2017
THE USE OF PANEL QUANTILE REGRESSION FOR EFFICIENCY MEASUREMENT:: INSIGHTS FROM MONTE CARLO SIMULATIONS 2016
THE VALUE OF SOCIALIZED MEDICINE:: THE IMPACT OF UNIVERSAL PRIMARY HEALTHCARE PROVISION ON MORTALITY RATES IN TURKEY 2017
WAR, MIGRATION AND THE ORIGINS OF THE THAI SEX INDUSTRY 2017
WHY SHOULD RATIONAL SMOKERS FIND IT HARD TO QUIT?: INTRODUCING UNCERTAINTY INTO THE RATIONAL ADDICTION MODEL 2017