Health, Education, and Welfare

The Focus on Poverty in the Most Influential Journals in Economics: A Bibliometric Analysis of the ‘Blue Ribbon’Journals

Cardoso, S. and  Aurora Teixeira; "The Focus on Poverty in the Most Influential Journals in Economics: A Bibliometric Analysis of the ‘Blue Ribbon’Journals", Poverty and Public Policy, forthcoming.

Entrepreneurship and Happiness: Does National Culture Matter?

Teixeira, A.A.C. and  R. Vasque (2020); "Entrepreneurship and Happiness: Does National Culture Matter?", Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship, 25(1), 2050007.

Physician emigration: should they stay or should they go?

Lopes, Mário Amorim, Álvaro Santos Almeida and Bernardo Almada-Lobo (2019); "Physician emigration: should they stay or should they go? A policy analysis", Computational Economics, 54, pp. 905-931.

Daily tobacco use and problem drinking among urban adults in South Africa: a longitudinal study

Peltzer, Karl, Li-Wei Chao, Helena Szrek, and Shandir Ramlagan (2019); "Daily tobacco use and problem drinking among urban adults in South Africa: a longitudinal study", Pan African Medical Journal, 32, pp. 51-59.

Measuring the stock of human capital in Cape Verde, 1950-2012

Moreira, S., Pedro Cosme Vieira and Aurora Teixeira (2019); "Measuring the stock of human capital in Cape Verde, 1950-2012 ", Portuguese Journal of Social Science, 18(2), pp. 229-251.

FDI, Income Inequality and Poverty: A Time Series Analysis of Portugal, 1973-2016

Teixeira, A.A.C. and Ana Sofia Loureiro (2019); "FDI, Income Inequality and Poverty: A Time Series Analysis of Portugal, 1973-2016", Portuguese Economic Journal, 18(3), pp. 203–249.

Forecasting the medical workforce: a stochastic agent-based simulation approach

Lopes, Mário Amorim, Álvaro Santos Almeida and Bernardo Almada-Lobo (2018); "Forecasting the medical workforce: a stochastic agent-based simulation approach", Health Care Management Science, 21(1), pp. 52-75.

The marriage market, labor supply and education choice

Chiappori, Pierre-André, Mónica Costa Dias and Meghir Costas (2018); "The marriage market, labor supply and education choice", Journal of Political Economy, 126(S1), pp. S26-S72.

Going beyond life expectancy in assessments of health systems performance: life expectancy adjusted by perceived health status

Laranjeira, Erika and Helena Szrek (2016); "Going beyond life expectancy in assessments of health systems’ performance: life expectancy adjusted by perceived health status", International Journal of Health Economics and Management, 16(2), pp. 133-–161.

The Impact of an Increase in User Costs on the Demand for Emergency Services: The Case of Portuguese Hospitals

Ramos, Pedro and Álvaro Almeida (2016); "The Impact of an Increase in User Costs on the Demand for Emergency Services: The Case of Portuguese Hospitals", Health Economics, 25(11), pp. 1372-–1388.

Effects of Political Rivalry On Public Investments in Education and Income Inequality

Sochirca, Elena, Óscar Afonso, Sandra T. Silva and Pedro C. Neves (2016); "Effects of Political Rivalry On Public Investments in Education and Income Inequality", Journal of Policy Modeling, 38(2), pp. 372–-396.

Risks deter but pleasures allure: Is pleasure more important?

Chao, Li-Wei, Helena Szrek, Rui Leite, Karl Peltzer and Shandir Ramlagan (2015); "Risks deter but pleasures allure: Is pleasure more important?", Judgment and Decision Making, 10(23), pp. 204-218.

Sports and (Real) Business Cycles

Çenesiz, M. Alper and Christian Pierdzioch (2015); "Sports and (Real) Business Cycles", Applied Economics Letters, 22(3), pp. 233-238.

Demand Uncertainty and Hospital Costs: An Application to Portuguese Public Hospitals

Almeida, Álvaro S. and Joana F. Cima (2015); "Demand Uncertainty and Hospital Costs: An Application to Portuguese Public Hospitals", The European Journal of Health Economics, 16(1), pp. 35-45.

Depression and Social Functioning Among HIV-infected and Uninfected Persons in South Africa

Peltzer, Karl, Helena Szrek, Shandir Ramlagan, Rui Leite and Li-Wei Chao (2015); "Depression and Social Functioning Among HIV-infected and Uninfected Persons in South Africa", AIDS Care: Psychological and Socio-medical Aspects of AIDS/HIV, 27(1), pp. 41-46.

Welfare and inequality effects of debt consolidation processes: the case of Spain, 1996–2007

Viegas, Miguel and Ana Paula Ribeiro (2015); "Welfare and inequality effects of debt consolidation processes: the case of Spain, 1996–2007", SERIEs, 6(4), pp. 479–496.

Volunteering for a Lifetime? Volunteers' intention to stay in Portuguese Hospitals

Ferreira M., Teresa Proença and João Proença (2015); "Volunteering for a Lifetime? Volunteers' intention to stay in Portuguese Hospitals", VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, 26(3), pp. 890-912.

On developing wellness and medical tourism: The characterization of a national termal network

Rocha, S. S. Andreia and António Brandão (2014); "On developing wellness and medical tourism: The characterization of a national termal network", International Journal of healthcare management, 7(4), pp. 226-236.

Examining the relationship between alcohol use and high-risk sex practices in a population of women with high HIV incidence despite high levels of HIV-related knowledge

Zetola, Nicole M., Chawangwa Modongo, Bisayo Olabiyi, Doreen Ramogola-Masire, Ronald G. Collman and Li-Wei Chao (2014); "Examining the relationship between alcohol use and high-risk sex practices in a population of women with high HIV incidence despite high levels of HIV-related knowledge", Sexually Transmitted Infections, 90(3), pp. 216-22.

The Economic Adjustment Program for Portugal: Assessing Welfare Impact in a Heterogeneous-agent Framework

Viegas, Miguel and Ana Paula Ribeiro (2014); "The Economic Adjustment Program for Portugal: Assessing Welfare Impact in a Heterogeneous-agent Framework", Portuguese Economic Journal, 13(1), pp. 53-70.

Regulating a Manager Whose Empire-building Preferences Are Private Information

Borges, Ana Pinto, João Correia-da-Silva and Didier Laussel (2014); "Regulating a Manager Whose Empire-building Preferences Are Private Information", Journal of Economics, 111(2), pp. 105-130.

Enrollment in Prescription Drug Insurance: The Interaction of Numeracy and Choice Set Size

Szrek, Helena and M. Kate Bundorf (2014); "Enrollment in Prescription Drug Insurance: The Interaction of Numeracy and Choice Set Size", Health Psychology, 33(4), pp. 340-348.

Assessing Health Endowment, Access and Choice Determinants: Impact on Retired Europeans’ (In) activity and Quality of Life

Rebelo, Luís Pina and Nuno Sousa Pereira (2014); "Assessing Health Endowment, Access and Choice Determinants: Impact on Retired Europeans’ (In) activity and Quality of Life", Social Indicators Research, 119(3), pp. 1411-1446.

Welfare-improving Government Behavior and Inequality in a Heterogeneous Agents Model

Viegas, Miguel and Ana Paula Ribeiro (2013); "Welfare-improving Government Behavior and Inequality in a Heterogeneous Agents Model", Journal of Macroeconomics, 37, pp. 146-160.

Assessing Child Well-being Through a New Multidimensional Child-based Weighting Scheme Index: An Empirical Estimation for Portugal

Fernandes, Liliana, Américo Mendes and Aurora Teixeira (2013); "Assessing Child Well-being Through a New Multidimensional Child-based Weighting Scheme Index: An Empirical Estimation for Portugal", Journal of Socio-Economics, 45, pp. 155-174.

The Dutch Experience: Assessing the Welfare Impacts of Two Consolidation Strategies Using a Heterogeneous-agent Framework

Viegas, Miguel and Ana Paula Ribeiro (2013); "The Dutch Experience: Assessing the Welfare Impacts of Two Consolidation Strategies Using a Heterogeneous-agent Framework", Economic Modelling, 32, pp. 351-360.

Sanding the Wheels of Growth: Cheating by Economics and Business Students and 'Real World' Corruption

Teixeira, Aurora (2013); "Sanding the Wheels of Growth: Cheating by Economics and Business Students and 'Real World' Corruption", Journal of Academic Ethics, 11(4), pp. 269-274.

A Comparison of EPI Sampling, Probability Sampling, and Compact Segment Sampling Methods for Micro and Small Enterprises

Chao, Li-Wei, Helena Szrek, Karl Peltzer, Shandir Ramlagan, Peter Fleming, Rui Leite, Jesswill Magerman, Godfrey B. Ngwenya, Nuno Sousa Pereira and Jere Behrman (2012); "A Comparison of EPI Sampling, Probability Sampling, and Compact Segment Sampling Methods for Micro and Small Enterprises", Journal of Development Economics,  98(1), pp. 94-107.

Vaccine Supply: Effects of Regulation and Competition

Danzon, Patricia M. and Nuno Sousa Pereira (2011); "Vaccine Supply: Effects of Regulation and Competition", International Journal of the Economics of Business, 18(2), pp. 239-271.

Age and the Purchase of Prescription Drug Insurance by Older Adults

Szrek, Helena and M. Kate Bundorf (2011); "Age and the Purchase of Prescription Drug Insurance by Older Adults", Psychology and Aging, 26,(2), pp. 308-320.

Academic Misconduct in Portugal: Results from a Large Scale Survey to University Economics/Business Students

Teixeira, Aurora and Maria de Fátima Rocha (2010); "Academic Misconduct in Portugal: Results from a Large Scale Survey to University Economics/Business Students", Journal of Academic Ethics, 8(1), pp. 21-41.

Time Preference and Its Relationship With Age, Health, and Survival Probability

Chao, Li-Wei,Helena Szrek, Nuno Sousa Pereira and Mark V. Pauly (2009); "Time Preference and Its Relationship With Age, Health, and Survival Probability", Judgment and Decision Making, 4(1), pp. 1-19.

End-of-Life Medical Treatment Choices: Do Survival Chances and Out-of-Pocket Costs Matter?

Chao, Li-Wei, Beth Soldo and José A. Pagan (2008); "End-of-Life Medical Treatment Choices: Do Survival Chances and Out-of-Pocket Costs Matter?", Medical Decision Making, 28(4), pp. 511-523.

The Economic Impact of Disease-related Malnutrition at Hospital Admission

Amaral, Teresa F., Luís C. Matos, Maria M. Tavares, Ana Subtil, Rosário Martins, Margarida Nazaré and Nuno Sousa Pereira (2007); "The Economic Impact of Disease-related Malnutrition at Hospital Admission", Clinical Nutrition, 26(6), pp. 778-784.

Survival Analysis and Competing Risk Models of Hospital Length of Stay and Discharge Destination: The Effect of Distributional Assumptions

Sá, Carla, Clara Dismuke and Paulo Guimarães (2007); "Survival Analysis and Competing Risk Models of Hospital Length of Stay and Discharge Destination: The Effect of Distributional Assumptions", Health Services and Outcomes Research Methodology, 7(3-4), pp. 109-124.

Poor Health Kills Small Business: Illness and Microenterprises in South Africa

Chao, Li-Wei, Helena Szrek, Mark Pauly, Nuno Sousa Pereira, Francis Bundred, Catherine Cross and Jeff Gow (2007); "Poor Health Kills Small Business: Illness and Microenterprises in South Africa", Health Affairs, 26(2), pp. 474-482.

Worker Sorting, Compensating Differentials and Health Insurance: Evidence from Displaced Workers

Lehrer, Steven F. and Nuno Sousa Pereira (2007); "Worker Sorting, Compensating Differentials and Health Insurance: Evidence from Displaced Workers", Journal of Health Economics, 26(5), pp. 1034-1056.

Vaccine Supply: A Cross-National Perspective

Danzon, Patricia M., Nuno Sousa Pereira and Sapna Tejwani (2005); "Vaccine Supply: A Cross-National Perspective", Health Affairs, 24(3), pp. 706-717.

Why Sole-Supplier Vaccine Markets May Be Here To Stay

Danzon, Patricia M. and Nuno Sousa Pereira (2005); "Why Sole-Supplier Vaccine Markets May Be Here To Stay", Health Affairs 24(3), pp. 694-696.
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