Current affiliation: University of OxfordSubject: EconomicsPrimary location: United Kingdom
Published in:Economics of TransitionPublication date:2015-04-01
Lessons for longitudinal analysis and an application in health
The data of the Russian Longitudinal Monitoring Survey (RLMS) – Higher School of Economics represents one of the few nationally representative sour...
Published in:Journal of International DevelopmentPublication date:2013-12-03
Mortality and Financial Crises
Drawing on a dataset covering more than 100 countries from 1970 to 2007, we estimate
the impact of different types of financial crises on male and ...
Published in:The LancetPublication date:2010-01-01
Published in:Europe Asia StudiesPublication date:2008-01-01
Published in:Economic SystemsPublication date:2005-03-01
Published in:Social Science & MedicinePublication date:2016-07-01
Published in:Ethnicity and HealthPublication date:2013-04-19
Published in:Social Science & MedicinePublication date:2012-07-01
Published in:BMC Medical Research MethodologyPublication date:2011-05-17
Published in:Sexually Transmitted InfectionsPublication date:2010-12-08
Published in:Sexually Transmitted InfectionsPublication date:2011-01-12
Published in:Sexually Transmitted InfectionsPublication date:2011-05-18
Published in:Applied EconomicsPublication date:2010-06-01
Published in:Sexually Transmitted InfectionsPublication date:2009-02-01
Published in:BMC Public HealthPublication date:2009-10-30
Published in:Cambridge Journal of EconomicsPublication date:2008-01-03
Published in:Journal of Population EconomicsPublication date:2004-06-01
Published in:Health PolicyPublication date:2017-09-01
With low take-up of both private health insurance and the existing public drug reimbursement scheme,it is thought that less than 5% of the Russian ...
Published in:The International Journal of Health Planning and ManagementPublication date:2017-10-11
There is a paradox characterising the Russian health workforce. By international standards, Russia has a very high number of physicians per capita ...