Bram Wouterse
Bram Wouterse
Assistant Professor, Erasmus School of Health Policy & Management
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The effect of population aging on health expenditure growth: a critical review
C de Meijer, B Wouterse, J Polder, M Koopmanschap
European journal of ageing 10 (4), 353-361, 2013
Medical innovation and age-specific trends in health care utilization: findings and implications
A Wong, B Wouterse, LCJ Slobbe, HC Boshuizen, JJ Polder
Social Science & Medicine 74 (2), 263-272, 2012
The effect of trends in health and longevity on health services use by older adults
B Wouterse, M Huisman, BR Meijboom, DJH Deeg, JJ Polder
BMC health services research 15 (1), 574, 2015
Modeling the relationship between health and health care expenditures using a latent Markov model
B Wouterse, M Huisman, BR Meijboom, DJH Deeg, JJ Polder
Journal of health economics 32 (2), 423-439, 2013
Determinants of health care expenditure in an aging society
M Koopmanschap, C de Meijer, B Wouterse, J Polder
Netspar panel paper 22, 2010
Minder zorg om vergrijzing
B Smid, H ter Rele, S Boeters, N Draper, A Nibbelink, B Wouterse
Den Haag: Centraal Planbureau, 2014
How to Finance the Rising Costs of Long-Term Care: Four Alternatives for the Netherlands
B Wouterse, B Smid
Fiscal Studies 38 (3), 369-391, 2017
The relationship between baseline health and longitudinal costs of hospital use
B Wouterse, BR Meijboom, JJ Polder
Health economics 20 (8), 985-1008, 2011
A multifaceted feedback strategy alone does not improve the adherence to organizational guideline-based standards: a cluster randomized trial in intensive care
MLG de Vos, SN van der Veer, B Wouterse, WC Graafmans, N Peek, ...
Implementation Science 10 (1), 95, 2015
Inkomens-en vermogensafhankelijke eigen bijdragen in de langdurige ouderenzorg: een levensloopperspectief
A Hussem, H Ter Rele, B Wouterse
Netspar Design Paper 87, 2017
A macroeconomic analysis of the returns to public R&D investments
R Van Elk, B Verspagen, B Ter Weel, K Van der Wiel, B Wouterse
CPB Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis: Hague, The Netherlands, 2015
Economic consequences of healthy aging
B Wouterse
Universiteit van Tilburg, 2013
Can your house keep you out of a nursing home?
M Diepstraten, R Douven, B Woutsere
CPB Discussion Paper, 2019
Disentangling the effect of household debt on consumption
K Ji, R Teulings, B Wouterse
CPB Discussion Paper, 2019
Income Differences Between PhDs and Masters: Evidence from The Netherlands
B Wouterse, K van der Wiel, M van der Steeg
De Economist 165 (4), 439-461, 2017
Individual Returns to a PhD Education in the Netherlands: Income Differences between Masters and PhDs
M van der Steeg, K van der Wiel, B Wouterse
CPB Discussion Paper, 2014
The welfare effects of co-payments in long term care
B Wouterse, A Hussem, A Wong
CPB Discussion Paper, 2019
Estimating the Returns to Public R&D Investments: Evidence from Production Function Models
R van Elk, B ter Weel, K van der Wiel, B Wouterse
De Economist 167 (1), 45-87, 2019
Better off at home? Effects of a nursing home admission on costs, hospitalizations and survival
P Bakx, B Wouterse, E van Doorslaer, A Wong
Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper 2018-060/V, 2018
Sustainability of public finances and the rising costs of long term care in the Netherlands
B Wouterse, B Smid
Netspar Discussion Paper, 2015
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