CONFERENCES & WORKSHOPS
TOOLS AND METHODS
Questions d'économie de la santé (Issues in Health Economics)
Cost-of-Illness Studies: a Five-Country Methodological Comparison - Australia, Canada, France, Germany and the Netherlands.
Are measures of health and economic activity comparable in european surveys?
Dynamic Estimation of Health Expenditure: A new approach for simulating individual expenditure.
Impact of health care system on socieconomic inequalities in doctor use.
Comparability of Health Care - Responsiveness in Europe - Using anchoring vignettes from SHARE.
The sooner, the better? Analyzing preferences for early retirement in European countries.
Social heterogeneity in self-reported health status and measurement of inequalities in health.
Healthy Working Life Expectancy. Methods for calculating and application to 13 countries in Europe.
Expenditure on prevention in France - Estimate from the National Health Accounts 2002
Identification and measure of alcohol problems in France. A comparison of two general population surveys
Publications by Irdes researchers in other venues
Health Expenditure Models: a Comparison of Five Specifications Using Panel Data.
Polychrome study: establishing a typology of chronic diseases in general medicine, for an analysis of the multi-prescriptions. Clerc P., Lebreton J., Mousquès J., Hebbrecht G., de Pouvourville G., Pratiques et Organisation des soins, vol. 39, n°1, 2008/01-03
The Decommodified Security Ratio: A Tool for Assessing European Social Protection Systems. Menahem G., International Social Security Review , Genève : Aiss, vol. 60, issue 4, p. 69-103, 2007/10-12.
A microsimulation model of private sector pensions in France.Debrand T., Pennec S. et Privat A.-G., In : Modelling our Future : Population Ageing, Social Security and Taxation, Harding A., Gupta A. Amsterdam : Elsevier, 2007/03, 55-80.
Development of a methodology for collection and analysis of data on efficiency and effectiveness in health care provision.Paris V., Polton D., BASYS, IGSS, Irdes, CEPS, 2005/01, 143 pages.
Defining a Minimum Data Set and related Indicators for use with the System of Health Accounts in the European UnionParis V., Polton D., pour l'Irdes, Eurostat, avril 2004.
March 13th, 2012