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  1. 2015
  2. 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

  3. 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

  4. Efficiency, equity and equality in health and health care

    Culyer, T., Dec 2015, York, UK: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, p. 1-20, 20 p. (CHE Research Paper; no. 120).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  5. The socioeconomic and demographic characteristics of United Kingdom junior doctors in training across specialities.

    Rodríguez Santana, I. & Chalkley, M. J., Dec 2015, York, UK: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, p. 1-15, 15 p. (CHE Research Paper; no. 119).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  6. 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

  7. Hospital trusts productivity in the English NHS: uncovering possible drivers of productivity variations

    Aragon Aragon, M. J. M., Castelli, A. & Gaughan, J. M., Oct 2015, York, UK: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, p. 1-27, 27 p. (CHE Research Paper; no. 117).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  8. How much should be paid for Prescribed Specialised Services?

    Bojke, C., Grasic, K. & Street, A. D., Oct 2015, York, UK: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, p. 1-56, 56 p. (CHE Research Paper; no. 118).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  9. 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

  10. Multidimensional performance assessment using dominance criteria

    Gutacker, N. & Street, A. D., Sep 2015, York, UK: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, p. 1-34, 34 p. (CHE Research Paper; no. 115).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  11. Waiting time prioritisation: evidence from England

    Cookson, R. A., Gutacker, N. & Siciliani, L., Sep 2015, York, UK: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, p. 1-26, 26 p. (CHE Research Paper; no. 114).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  12. The impact of primary care quality on inpatient length of stay for people with dementia: An analysis by discharge destination

    Kasteridis, P., Goddard, M. K., Jacobs, R., Santos, R. & Mason, A., Jul 2015, York, UK: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, p. 1-41, 41 p. (CHE Research Paper; no. 113).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  13. Socioeconomic inequality of access to healthcare: Does patients’ choice explain the gradient?Evidence from the English NHS

    Moscelli, G., Siciliani, L., Gutacker, N. & Cookson, R. A., Jun 2015, York, UK: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, p. 1-43, 43 p. (CHE Research Paper; no. 112).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  14. Do patients choose hospitals that improve their health?

    Gutacker, N., Siciliani, L., Moscelli, G. & Gravelle, H. S. E., May 2015, York, UK: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, p. 1-37, 37 p. (CHE Research Paper; no. 111).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  15. 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

  16. Productivity of the English NHS: 2012/13 update

    Bojke, C., Castelli, A., Grasic, K. & Street, A. D., Mar 2015, York, UK: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, p. 1-57, 57 p. (CHE Research Paper; no. 110).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  17. 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

  18. Health care expenditures, age, proximity to death and morbidity: implications for an ageing population

    Howdon, D. D. H. & Rice, N., 28 Jan 2015, York, UK: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, p. 1-42, 42 p. (CHE Research Paper; no. 107).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper