Wynand PMM van de Ven
Wynand PMM van de Ven
Professor of Health Insurance, Erasmus University Rortterdam
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The demand for deductibles in private health insurance: A probit model with sample selection
WPMM Van de Ven, BMS Van Praag
Journal of econometrics 17 (2), 229-252, 1981
Risk adjustment in competitive health plan markets
WPMM Van de Ven, RP Ellis
Handbook of health economics 1, 755-845, 2000
Universal mandatory health insurance in the Netherlands: a model for the United States?
WPMM Van de Ven, FT Schut
Health affairs 27 (3), 771-781, 2008
Market-oriented health care reforms and policy learning in the Netherlands
JK Helderman, FT Schut, TED van der Grinten, WPMM van de Ven
Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 30 (1-2), 189-210, 2005
Going Dutch-managed-competition health insurance in the Netherlands
A Enthoven
Health Care, the Market and Consumer Choice, 217-219, 2012
Risk adjustment and risk selection on the sickness fund insurance market in five European countries
WPMM Van de Ven, K Beck, F Buchner, D Chernichovsky, L Gardiol, ...
Health policy 65 (1), 75-98, 2003
How can we prevent cream skimming in a competitive health insurance market? The great challenge for the 90’s
WPMM Van de Ven, RCJA Van Vliet
Health economics worldwide, 23-46, 1992
Rationing and competition in the Dutch health‐care system
FT Schut, WPMM Van de Ven
Health economics 14 (S1), S59-S74, 2005
Risk adjustment and risk selection in Europe: 6 years later
WPMM Van de Ven, K Beck, C Van de Voorde, J Wasem, I Zmora
Health policy 83 (2-3), 162-179, 2007
Preconditions for efficiency and affordability in competitive healthcare markets: are they fulfilled in Belgium, Germany, Israel, the Netherlands and Switzerland?
WPMM Van de Ven, K Beck, F Buchner, E Schokkaert, FTE Schut, ...
Health policy 109 (3), 226-245, 2013
Market-oriented health care reforms: trends and future options
WPMM Van de Ven
Social Science & Medicine 43 (5), 655-666, 1996
Health-adjusted premium subsidies in the Netherlands
WPMM Van de Ven, RCJA van Vliet, LM Lamers
Health Affairs 23 (3), 45-55, 2004
Towards a capitation formula for competing health insurers. An empirical analysis
RCJA van Vliet, WPMM Van de Ven
Social Science & Medicine 34 (9), 1035-1048, 1992
Effects of purchaser competition in the Dutch health system: is the glass half full or half empty?
FT Schut, WPMM Van de Ven
Health Economics, Policy and Law 6 (1), 109-123, 2011
Toward a 21st-century health care system: recommendations for health care reform
K Arrow, A Auerbach, J Bertko, S Brownlee, LP Casalino, J Cooper, ...
Annals of Internal Medicine 150 (7), 493-495, 2009
Statutory health insurance competition in Europe: a four-country comparison
S Thomson, R Busse, L Crivelli, W Van de Ven, C Van de Voorde
Health policy 109 (3), 209-225, 2013
Managed competition in the Netherlands: still work‐in‐progress
WPMM Van de Ven, FT Schut
Health Economics 18 (3), 253-255, 2009
Access to coverage for high-risks in a competitive individual health insurance market: via premium rate restrictions or risk-adjusted premium subsidies?
WPMM Van de Ven, RCJA Van Vliet, FT Schut, EM Van Barneveld
Journal of Health Economics 19 (3), 311-339, 2000
Risk sharing as a supplement to imperfect capitation: a tradeoff between selection and efficiency
EM Van Barneveld, LM Lamers, RCJA Van Vliet, WPMM Van de Ven
Journal of health economics 20 (2), 147-168, 2001
Health as an unobservable: a MIMIC-model of demand for health care
WPMM Van de Ven, J Van Der Gaag
Journal of Health Economics 1 (2), 157-183, 1982
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