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  2. 'The Curse of the Caribbean'? Agency's impact on the efficiency of sugar estates in St.Vincent and the Grenadines, 1814-1829

    Smith, S. & Forster, M., 2013, University of Oxford Discussion Papers in Economic and Social History , p. 1-41, (Oxford Economic and Social History Working Papers; no. 112).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  3. A Bayesian decision-theoretic model of sequential experimentation with delayed response

    Chick, S., Forster, M. & Pertile, P., 12 Aug 2015, p. 1-34, 34 p.

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  4. A Climbing Vine Through Concrete: Jazz in 1960s apartheid South Africa

    Eato, J. E., 3 Dec 2014.

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  5. A Non-empty Core May Not Coincide with the Uncovered Set in Spatial Voting Situations: Department of Economics & Related Studies Discussion Paper Series

    Bhattacharya, A., Brosi, V. & Ciardiello, F., 2010, York: The University of York.

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  6. Accounting for the quality of NHS output

    Bojke, C., Castelli, A., Grasic, K., Mason, A. & Street, A. D., Apr 2018, York, UK: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, p. 1-62, 62 p. (CHE Research Paper; no. 153).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  7. Addressing Missing Data in Patient-Reported Outcome Measures (PROMS): Implications for Comparing Provider Performance

    Gomes, M., Gutacker, N., Bojke, C. & Street, A. D., Jul 2014, York, UK : Centre for Health Economics, University of York, 24 p. (CHE Research Paper; no. 101).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  8. Addressing missing data in patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs): implications for comparing provider performance

    Gomes, M., Gutacker, N., Bojke, C. & Street, A. D., Jul 2014, York, UK: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, 24 p. (CHE Research Paper; no. 101).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  9. Allocative Efficiency and an Incentive Scheme for Research: Department of Economics & Related Studies Discussion Paper Series

    Bhattacharya, A. & Newhouse, H., 2010, York: The University of York.

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  10. An Incentive Mechanism for Using Risk Adjuster to Reimburse Health Care Providers

    Datta, B., 2009, Department of Economics and Related Studies, University of York.

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  11. An economic framework for analysing the social determinants of health and health inequalities

    Epstein, D., Jimenez-Rubio, D., Smith, P. C. & Suhrcke, M., Oct 2009, York, UK: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, p. 1-68, 68 p. (CHE Research Paper; no. 52).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  12. An equity checklist: a framework for health technology assessments

    Culyer, A. J. & Bombard, Y., May 2011, York, UK: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, 20 p. (CHE Research Paper; no. 62).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  13. Analysing hospital variation in health outcome at the level of EQ-5D dimensions

    Gutacker, N., Bojke, C., Daidone, S., Devlin, N. & Street, A., Jan 2012, York, UK: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, 27 p. (CHE Research Paper; no. 74).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  14. Analysing the Research and Teaching Quality Achievement Frontier

    Mayston, D. J., 2011, The University of York, p. 1-25, 25 p. (Department of Economics Discussion Paper ; vol. 11, no. 25).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  15. Appropriate perspectives for health care decisions.

    Claxton, K., Palmer, S., Sculpher, M. & Walker, S., 2010, York, UK: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, 86 p. (CHE Research Paper; no. 54).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  16. Assessing health opportunity costs for the Indian health care systems

    Ochalek, J. M., Asaria, M., Chuar, P. F., Lomas, J. R. S., Mazumdar, S. & Claxton, K. P., Feb 2019, UK: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, p. 1-29, 29 p. (CHE Research Paper; no. 161).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  17. Assessing the impact of health care expenditures on mortality using cross-country data

    Nakamura, R., Lomas, J. R. S., Claxton, K. P., Bokhari, F., Moreno Serra, R. A. & Suhrcke, M. E., Apr 2016, York, UK: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, p. 1-57, 57 p. (CHE Research Paper; no. 128).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  18. Attributing a monetary value to patients’ time: A contingent valuation approach

    Van Den Berg, B., Gafni, A. & Portrait, F., Sep 2013, York, UK: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, 44 p. (CHE Research Paper; no. 90).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  19. Avoidable mortality: what it means and how it is measured

    Castelli, A. & Nizalova, O. Y., Jun 2011, York, UK: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, 44 p. (CHE Research Paper; no. 63).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  20. Biases in bias elicitation

    Forster, M. & Manzi, G., 2012.

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  21. Budget Allocation and the Revealed Social Rate of Time Preference for Health

    Paulden, M. & Claxton, K. P., Oct 2009, York, UK: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, 20 p. (CHE Research Paper; no. 53).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  22. Carry and Trend Following Returns in the Foreign Exchange Market

    Clare, A., Seaton, J., Smith, P. N. & Thomas, S., 20 Jul 2015, Department of Economics and Related Studies, University of York, p. 1-32, 32 p. (Department of Economics Discussion Papers in Economics).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  23. Choosing and booking – and attending? Impact of an electronic booking system on outpatient referrals and non-attendances

    Dusheiko, M. A. & Gravelle, H. S. E., Oct 2015, York, UK: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, p. 1-51, 51 p. (CHE Research Paper; no. 116).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  24. Commissioning public health services: the impact of the health reforms on access, health inequalities and innovation in service provision: Views of national stakeholders

    Marks, L., Visram, S., Brown, S., Davis, H., Hunter, D. J., Liu, D., Mason, A., Smithson, J. & Taylor, C., Feb 2016, Durham University, 36 p.

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  25. Commissioning public health services: the impact of the health reforms on access, health inequalities and innovation in service provision: The Public Health Budget

    Mason, A., Liu, D., Marks, L., Davis, H., Hunter, D. J., Smithson, J., Taylor, C. & Visram, S., Feb 2016, Durham University, 96 p.

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  26. Commissioning public health services: the impact of the health reforms on access, health inequalities and innovation in service provision: National surveys

    Taylor, C., Marks, L., Smithson, J., Davis, H., Hunter, D. J., Liu, D., Mason, A. & Visram, S., Jun 2016, Durham University, 55 p.

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  27. Commissioning public health services: the impact of the health reforms on access, health inequalities and innovation in service provision: Results from first phase fieldwork in ten case study sites across England

    Marks, L., Jehu, L., Visram, S., Melvin, K., Davis, H., Hunter, D. J., Liu, D., Mason, A. & Smithson, J., Feb 2017, Durham University, 107 p.

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  28. Commissioning public health services: the impact of the health reforms on access, health inequalities and innovation in service provision: An innovation framework for public health commissioning

    Davis, H., Marks, L., Jehu, L., Virsram, S., Hunter, D. J., Liu, D., Mason, A., Melvin, K. & Smithson, J., Feb 2017, Durham University, 90 p.

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  29. Comparing predictive accuracy in small samples

    Coroneo, L. & Iacone, F., Sep 2015, Department of Economics and Related Studies, University of York, 26 p. (Discussion Paper in Economics; vol. 15, no. 15).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  30. Competition, prices, and quality in the market for physician consultations

    Gravelle, H. S. E., Scott, A., Sivey, P. & Yong, J., Jul 2013, York, UK: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, 34 p. (CHE Research Paper; no. 89).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  31. Contemporary Composers in the Here and Now

    Eato, J. E., 24 May 2011, (Unpublished).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  32. Convexity, Quality and Efficiency in Education

    Mayston, D. J., May 2015, York, p. 1-21, 21 p. (Discussion Papers in Economics; vol. 15, no. 8).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  33. Cost analysis of the legal declaratory relief requirement for withdrawing Clinically Assisted Nutrition and Hydration (CANH) from patients in the Permanent Vegetative State (PVS) in England and Wales

    Formby, A. P., Cookson, R. A. & Halliday, S., Feb 2015, York, UK: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, 15 p. (CHE Research Paper; no. 108).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  34. Cost per DALY averted thresholds for low- and middle-income countries: evidence from cross country data

    Ochalek, J. M., Lomas, J. & Claxton, K. P., Dec 2015, York, UK: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, p. 1-50, 50 p. (CHE Research Paper; no. 122).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  35. Cost, context and decisions in Health Economics and cost-effectiveness analysis

    Culyer, A. J., Jun 2018, York, UK: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, p. 1-17, 17 p. (CHE Research Paper; no. 154).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  36. Cost-effectiveness thresholds in health care: a bookshelf guide to their meaning and use

    Culyer, T., Dec 2015, York, UK: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, p. 1-22, 22 p. (CHE Research Paper; no. 121).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  37. Country-level cost-effectiveness thresholds: initial estimates and the need for further research.

    Woods, B., Revill, P., Sculpher, M. & Claxton, K. P., Mar 2015, York, UK: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, p. 1-24, 24 p. (CHE Research Paper; no. 109).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  38. Data Envelopment Analysis, Endogeneity and the Quality Frontier for Public Services

    Mayston, D. J., Apr 2015, York, p. 1-25, 25 p. (Discussion Papers in Economics; vol. 15, no. 5).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  39. Decumulation, Sequencing Risk and the Safe Withdrawal Rate: Why the 4% Withdrawal Rule leaves Money on the Table

    Clare, A., Seaton, J., Smith, P. N. & Thomas, S., 3 Jul 2017, Department of Economics and Related Studies, University of York, 36 p. (Discussion Papers in Economics; no. 17/06).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  40. Defining and measuring unmet need to guide healthcare funding: identifying and filling the gaps.

    Aragon Aragon, M. J. M., Chalkley, M. J. & Goddard, M. K., Jan 2017, York: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, p. 1-46, 46 p. (CHE Research Paper; no. 141).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  41. Delayed discharges and hospital type: evidence from the English NHS

    Gaughan, J. M., Gravelle, H. S. E. & Siciliani, L., Jul 2016, York, UK: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, p. 1-27, 27 p. (CHE Research Paper; no. 133).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  42. Description of the benefit catalogue, England

    Mason, A. R. & Smith, P. C., Apr 2005, York, UK: Centre for Health Economics, p. 1-76, 76 p. (CHE Research Paper; no. 2).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  43. Determining the parameters in a social welfare function using stated preference data: an application to health

    Shaw, R., Dolan, P., Tsuchiya, A., Smith, P. & Williams, A., 2002, Applied Economics.

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  44. Dimensions of Design Space: A Decision-Theoretic Approach to Optimal Research Design

    Conti, S. & Claxton, K. P., Jun 2008, York, UK: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, 28 p. (CHE Research Paper; no. 38).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  45. Distributional cost-effectiveness analysis of health care programmes

    Asaria, M., Griffin, S., Cookson, R. A., Whyte, S. & Tappenden, P., Nov 2013, York, UK: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, 20 p. (CHE Research Paper; no. 91).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  46. Distributional cost-effectiveness analysis: a tutorial

    Asaria, M., Griffin, S. & Cookson, R. A., Nov 2013, York, UK: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, 24 p. (CHE Research Paper; no. 92).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

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