Pieter Bakx
Pieter Bakx
Associate professor of Health Economics, Erasmus School of Health Policy and Management, Erasmus
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Data from the US and eight other developed countries show that end-of-life medical spending is lower than previously reported
E French, J McCauley, M Aragon, P Bakx, M Chalkley, S Chen, ...
Health Affairs 36 (7), 2017
65*2017
Going formal or informal, who cares? The influence of public long‐term care insurance
P Bakx, C De Meijer, F Schut, E Van Doorslaer
Health economics 24 (6), 631-643, 2015
612015
Explaining declining rates of institutional LTC use in the Netherlands: a decomposition approach
C De Meijer, P Bakx, E Van Doorslaer, M Koopmanschap
Health economics 24, 18-31, 2015
452015
Spending on Health Care in the Netherlands: Not Going So Dutch
P Bakx, O O'Donnell, E Van Doorslaer
Fiscal Studies 37 (3-4), 593–625, 2016
402016
The Impact of Informal Caregiving for Older Adults on the Health of Various Types of Caregivers: A Systematic Review
J Bom, P Bakx, F Schut, E van Doorslaer
The Gerontologist, 2018
352018
Will you still need me, will you still feed me when I'm 64? The health impact of caregiving to one's spouse
P De Zwart, P Bakx, E Van Doorslaer
Health Economics 26 (S2), 127-138, 2017
172017
Demand-side strategies to deal with moral hazard in public insurance for long-term care
P Bakx, D Chernichovsky, F Paolucci, E Schokkaert, M Trottmann, ...
Journal of health services research & policy 20 (3), 170-176, 2015
172015
A cost‐effectiveness threshold based on the marginal returns of cardiovascular hospital spending
P van Baal, M Perry‐Duxbury, P Bakx, M Versteegh, E van Doorslaer, ...
Health economics 28 (1), 87-100, 2019
112019
Can universal access and competition in long-term care insurance be combined?
P Bakx, F Schut, E Doorslaer
International Journal of Health Economics and Management 15 (2), 185-213, 2015
11*2015
Health effects of caring for and about parents and spouses
J Bom, P Bakx, F Schut, E van Doorslaer
The Journal of the Economics of Ageing 14, 100196, 2019
102019
Keuzeruimte in de Langdurige zorg
M Non, E Mot, E Eggink, P Bakx, R Douven
Sociaal en Cultureel Planbureau, 2015
92015
The kids are alright-labour market effects of unexpected parental hospitalisations in the Netherlands
P García-Gómez, P Bakx, E van Doorslaer
Journal of Health Economics, 2019
8*2019
Financial Incentives in Long-Term Care
P Bakx
82015
The influence of spouse ability to provide informal care on long-term care use
P Bakx, C de Meijer
Available at SSRN 2407926, 2013
72013
Does independent needs assessment limit supply-side moral hazard in long-term care?
R Douven, P Bakx, FT Schut
CPB Discussion Paper, 2016
62016
Equal long‐term care for equal needs with universal and comprehensive coverage? An assessment using Dutch administrative data
M Tenand, P Bakx, E Van Doorslaer
Health Economics 29 (4), 435-451, 2020
52020
Better off at home? Effects of nursing home eligibility on costs, hospitalizations and survival
P Bakx, B Wouterse, E van Doorslaer, A Wong
Journal of Health Economics, 102354, 2020
4*2020
Risicoverevening voor de ouderenzorg
P Bakx, E van Doorslaer, E Schut
Economisch-Statistische Berichten 98 (4651), 20-23, 2013
32013
Can time heal all wounds? An empirical assessment of adaptation to functional limitations in an older population
A de Hond, P Bakx, M Versteegh
Social Science & Medicine 222, 180-187, 2019
22019
Substitute services: a barrier to controlling long-term care expenditures
M Kattenberg, P Bakx
European Journal of Ageing, 1-13, 2020
12020
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