University of Melbourne Health Economics Group:
Recent Publications

2016

  • Journal articles
    • Byrnes J, Shakeshaft A, Petrie D & Doran CM. 2016. Is response to price equal for those with higher alcohol consumption? European Journal of Health Economics, 17(1): 23-29.
    • Clarke P & Erreygers G. 2016. Alexander Sutherland: A Forgotten Pioneer of Health Economics in Australia? Australian Economic Review, 49(2): 169-173.
    • Clarke P, Herbet D, Graves N & Barnett AG. 2016. A randomized trial of fellowships for early career researchers finds a high reliability in funding decisions. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 69:147-51.
    • Edoka I, Ensor T, McPake B, Amara R, Tseng FM & Edem-Hotah J. 2016. Free health care for under-fives, expectant and recent mothers? Evaluating the impact of Sierra Leone’s free health care initiative. Health Economics Review, 6(1): 1.
    • Gravelle H, Scott A, Sivey P, & Yong J. 2016. Competition, prices and quality in the market for physician consultations. Journal of Industrial Economics, 64(1): 135-169.
    • Hayes AJ, Arima H, Woodward M & Clarke P. 2016. Changes in quality of life associated with complications of Diabetes: Results from the ADVANCE Study. Value in Health, 19(1).
    • Jacobi L & Sovinsky M. 2016. Marijuana on Main Street? Estimating Demand in Markets with Limited Access. American Economic Review, 106(8): 2009-2045.
    • Jacobi L, Wagner H & Frühwirth-Schnatter S. 2016. Bayesian treatment effects models with variable selection for panel outcomes with an application to earnings effects of maternity leave. Journal of Econometrics, 193(1): 234-250.
    • Janke K, Propper C & Shields M. 2016. Assaults, murders and walkers: The impact of violent crime on physical activity. Journal of Health Economics, 47: 34-49.
    • Johnston DW, Shields M & Siminski P. 2016. Long-term health effects of Vietnam-era military service: A quasi-experiment using Australian conscription lotteries. Journal of Health Economics, 45: 12-26.
    • Kularatna S, Petrie D, Scuffham PA & Byrnes J. 2016. Health auctions: A valuation experiment (HAVE) study protocol. BMJ Open, 6: e009081
    • McPake B & Hanson K. 2016. Managing the public–private mix to achieve universal health coverage. The Lancet, 388(10044): 622-630.
    • McPake B, Russo G, Hipgrave D, Hort K & Campbell J. 2016. Implications of dual practice for universal health coverage. Bulletin of The World Health Organisation, 94(2):142-146.
    • Moayeri F, Hsueh YS, Clarke P, Hua X & Dunt D. 2016. Do model-based studies in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease measure correct values of utility? A meta-analysis. Value in Health, 19(4): 363-373.
    • Moayeri F, Hsueh YS, Clarke P, Hua X & Dunt D. 2016. Health state utility value in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD); The challenge of heterogeneity: A systematic review and meta-analysis. COPD – Journal of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, 13(3): 380-398.
    • Nghiem N, Blakely T, Cobiac LJ, Cleghorn CL & Wilson N. 2016. The health gains and cost savings of dietary salt reduction interventions, with equity and age distributional aspects. BMC Public Health, 16(1):1.
    • Ong JJ, Fairley CK, Carroll S, Walker S, Chen M, Read T, Grulich A, Bradshaw C, Kaldor J & Clarke P. 2016. Cost-effectiveness of screening for anal cancer using regular digital ano-rectal examinations in men who have sex with men living with HIV. Journal of the International AIDS Society, 19(1): 20514.
    • Payne CL, Scarborough P, Cobiac L. 2016. Do low-carbon-emission diets lead to higher nutritional quality and positive health outcomes? A systematic review of the literature. Public Health Nutrition, 15:1-8.
    • Schilling C, Mortimer D, Dalziel K, Heeley E, Chalmers J & Clarke P. 2016. Using classification and regression trees (CART) to identify prescribing thresholds for cardiovascular disease. Pharmacoeconomics, 34(2): 195-205.
    • Schurer S, Kuehnle D, Scott A & Cheng TC. 2016. A man's blessing or a woman's curse? The family-earnings gap of doctors. Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society, 55(3): 385-414.
    • Williams J, van Ours JC & Grossman M. 2016. Attitudes to legalizing cannabis use. Health Economics, doi: 10.1002/hec.3340.
    • Wilson N, Nghiem N, Eyles H, Mhurchu CN, Shields E, Cobiac LJ, Cleghorn CL, Blakely T. 2016. Modeling health gains and cost savings for ten dietary salt reduction targets. Nutrition Journal, 15(1):1.
    • Zhang L, Coombes J, Pascoe EM, Badve SV, Dalziel K, Cass A, Clarke P, Ferrari P, McDonald SP, Morrish AT, Pedagogos E. 2016. The effect of pentoxifylline on oxidative stress in chronic kidney disease patients with erythropoiesis-stimulating agent hyporesponsiveness: Sub-study of the HERO trial. Redox Report, 21(1):14-23.
  • Other publications
    • Broadway B, Kalb G, Li J & Scott A. 2016. Do Financial Incentives Influence GPs’ Decisions to Do After-Hours Work? A Discrete Choice Labour Supply Model. Melbourne Institute Working Paper No. 12/16.
    • McNair P & Jackson P. 2016. Transfusion did not prevent complications of scheduled surgery in California hospitals during 2012-13. CEUR Workshop Proceedings, 1468.
    • Scott A, Leahy A & Lentini N. 2015. MABEL Matters No. 11. Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research.
    • Yang O, Sivey P, de Silva AM & Scott A. 2016. Preschool Children’s Demand for Sugar Sweetened Beverages: Evidence from Stated-Preference Panel Data. Melbourne Institute Working Paper No. 25/16.

2015

  • Journal articles
    • Allen KJ, Panjari M, Koplin JJ, Ponsonby AL, Vuillermin P, Gurrin LC, Greaves R, Carvalho N, Dalziel K, Tang ML, Lee KJ. 2015. VITALITY trial: protocol for a randomised controlled trial to establish the role of postnatal vitamin D supplementation in infant immune health. BMJ open, 5(12):e009377.
    • Baranov V, Bennett D & Kohler HP. 2015. The indirect impact of antiretroviral therapy: Mortality risk, mental health, and HIV-negative labor supply. Journal of Health Economics, 44: 195-211.
    • Barclay KL, Goh PJ & Jackson TJ. 2015. Socio-economic disadvantage and demographics as factors in stage of colorectal cancer presentation and survival. ANZ Journal of Surgery, 85(3): 135-139.
    • Blakely T, Cobiac LJ, Cleghorn CL, Pearson AL, van der Deen FS, Kvizhinadze G, Nghiem N, McLeod M & Wilson N. 2015. Health, health inequality, and cost impacts of annual increases in tobacco tax: Multistate life table modeling in New Zealand. PLoS Med, 12(7): e1001856.
    • Blakely T, Atkinson J, Kvizhinadze G, Wilson N, Davies A & Clarke P. 2015. Patterns of cancer care costs in a country with detailed individual data. Medical Care, 53(6): 560.
    • Chen TT, Tung TH, Hsueh YS, Tsai MH, Liang HM, Li KL, Chung KP & Tang CH. 2015. Measuring preferences for a diabetes pay-for-performance for patient (P4P4P) Program using a Discrete Choice Experiment. Value In Health, 18(5): 578-586.
    • Cheng TC, Haisken-DeNew JP & Yong J. 2015. Cream skimming and hospital transfers in a mixed public-private system. Social Science & Medicine, 132: 156-164.
    • Clarke PM, Gregory R & Salomon JA. 2015. Long-term disability associated with war-related experience among Vietnam veterans: retrospective cohort study. Medical Care, 53(5): 401-408.
    • Dalziel K, Dawe S, Harnett PH & Segal L. 2015. Cost-effectiveness analysis of the parents under pressure programme for methadone-maintained parents. Child Abuse Review, 24(5): 317-331.
    • Dalziel KM & Richardson JR. 2015. With talk of Medicare reform, let's not neglect vertical equity. Medical Journal of Australia, 202(6): 292-293.
    • Gill J, Chick J, Black H, Rees C, O'May F, Rush R & McPake BA. 2015. Alcohol purchasing by ill heavy drinkers; cheap alcohol is no single commodity. Public Health, 29(12):1571-1578.
    • Hogan DR, Danaei G, Ezzati M, Clarke PM, Jha AK & Salomon JA. 2015. Estimating the potential impact of insurance expansion on undiagnosed and uncontrolled chronic conditions. Health Affairs, 34(9):1554-1562.
    • Huang L. 2015. Keeping up with the Joneses: From conspicuous consumption to conspicuous leisure? Oxford Economic Papers, doi: 10.1093/oep/gpv021
    • Jackson T, Dimitropoulos V, Madden R & Gillett S. 2015. Australian diagnosis related groups: Drivers of complexity adjustment. Health Policy, 119(11): 1433-1441.
    • Jia L, Yuan B, Meng Q & Scott A. 2015. Payment methods for ambulatory care health professionals. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, doi: 10.1002/14651858.CD011865
    • Johnson D, Pascoe E, Badve S, Dalziel K, Cass A, Clarke P, Ferrari P, McDonald S, Morrish A, Pedagogos E, Perkovic V, Reidlinger D, Scaria A, Walker R, Vergara L & Hawley C. 2015. A randomized, placebo-controlled trial of pentoxifylline on erythropoiesis-stimulating agent hyporesponsiveness in anemic patients with CKD: The handling erythropoietin resistance with oxpentifylline (HERO) trial. American Journal of Kidney Diseases, 65(1): 49-57.
    • Jones A, O'Donnell O, Scott A & Shields M. 2015. Editors' Introduction. Health Economics, 24(9): 1049.
    • Kjellsson G, Gerdtham UG & Petrie D. 2015. Lies, damned lies, and health inequality measurements: Understanding the value judgements. Epidemiology, 26(5): 673-680.
    • Kalb G, Le T & Leung F. 2015. Outcomes for teenage mothers in the first years after birth. Australian Journal of Labour Economics, 18(3): 255-279.
    • Knott RJ, Clarke PM, Heeley EL & Chalmers JP. 2015. Measuring the progressivity of the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme. Australian Economic Review, 48(2): 122-132.
    • Knott R, Petrie D, Heeley E, Chalmers J & Clarke P. 2015. The effects of reduced copayments on discontinuation and adherence failure to statin medication in Australia. Health Policy, 119(5): 620-627.
    • Lee KCL, Sethuraman K & Yong J. 2015. On the hospital volume and outcome relationship: Does specialization matter more than volume? Health Services Research, 50(6): 2019-2036.
    • Li J & Powdthavee N. 2015. Does more education lead to better health habits? Evidence from the school reforms in Australia. Social Science & Medicine, 127: 83-91.
    • Magnus A, Moodie ML, Ferguson M, Cobiac LJ, Liberato SC & Brimblecombe J. 2015. The economic feasibility of price discounts to improve diet in Australian Aboriginal remote communities. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health.
    • McIsaac M, Scott A & Kalb G. 2015. The supply of General Practitioners across local areas: Accounting for spatial heterogeneity. BMC Health Services Research, 15:450.
    • McNair PD, Fang J, Schwarzwaelder S & Jackson T. 2015. Development and implementation of ExPLORE Clinical Practice, a web-accessible comparative outcomes tool for California hospitals and physicians. EGEMS, 3(1).
    • McPake B, Edoka I, Witter S, Kielmann K, Taegtmeyer M, Dieleman M, Vaughan K, Gama E, Kok M, Datiko D, Otiso L, Ahmed R, Squires N, Suraratdecha C & Cometto G. 2015. Cost-effectiveness of community-based practitioner programmes in Ethiopia, Indonesia and Kenya. Bulletin of The World Health Organization, 93(9):631-639A.
    • McVicar D, Moschion J & van Ours JC. 2015. From substance use to homelessness or vice versa?. Social Science & Medicine, 136: 89-98.
    • Moore T. 2015. The employment effects of terminating disability benefits. Journal of Public Economics, 124: 30-43.
    • Nghiem N, Blakely T, Cobiac LJ, Pearson AL & Wilson N. 2015. Health and economic impacts of eight different dietary salt reduction interventions. PLoS One, 10(4): e0123915.
    • Ong JJ, Chen M, Hocking J, Fairley CK, Carter R, Bulfone L & Hsueh A. 2015. Chlamydia screening for pregnant women aged 16–25 years attending an antenatal service: a cost-effectiveness study. BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 123(7): 1194-1202.
    • Palali A & van Ours JC. 2015. Distance to cannabis shops and age of onset of cannabis use. Health Economics, 24(11): 1483-1501.
    • Palmer MG. 2014. Inequalities in universal health coverage: Evidence from Vietnam. World Development, 64: 384-394.
    • Palmer M, Groce N, Mon Dt, Hong Nguyen O & Mitra S. 2015. The economic lives of people with disabilities in Vietnam. Plos One, 10(7): ARTN e0133623.
    • Perera R, McFadden E, McLellan J, Lung T, Clarke P, Perez T, Fanshawe T, Dalton A, Farmer A, Glasziou P, Takahashi O, Stevens J, Irwig L, Hirst J, Stevens S, Leslie A, Ohde S, Deshpande G, Urayama K, Shine B & Stevens R. 2015. Optimal strategies for monitoring lipid levels in patients at risk or with cardiovascular disease: a systematic review with statistical and cost-effectiveness modelling. Health Technology Assessment., 19(100).
    • Saha S, Kermode M & Annear PL. 2015. Effect of combining a health program with a microfinance-based self-help group on health behaviors and outcomes. Public Health, 129(11): 1510-1518.
    • Scott A. 2015. Policy Forum: Towards a stronger Medicare. Australian Economic Review, 48(3): 288-289.
    • Scott A. 2015. Towards value-based health care in Medicare. Australian Economic Review, 48(3): 305-313.
    • Scott A, Witt J, Duffield C & Kalb G. 2015. What do nurses and midwives value about their jobs? Results from a discrete choice experiment. Health Services Research & Policy, 20(1): 31-38.
    • Song K, Scott A, Sivey P & Meng Q. 2015. Improving Chinese primary care providers’ recruitment and retention: A discrete choice experiment. Health Policy and Planning, 30(1): 68-77.
    • Stephen AI, Macduff C, Petrie DJ, Tseng FM, Schut H, Skår S, Corden A, Birrell J, Wang S, Newsom C & Wilson S. 2015. The economic cost of bereavement in Scotland. Death Studies, 39(3): 151-157.
    • van Ours JC & Williams J. 2015. Cannabis use and its effects on health, education and labour market success. Journal of Economic Surveys, 29(5): 993-1010.
    • Yong J & Scott A. 2015. Do new workforce roles reduce waiting times in ED? A difference-in-difference evaluation using hospital administrative data. Health Policy, 119: 488-493.
  • Other publications
    • Baranov V & Kohler HP. 2015. The Impact of AIDS Treatment on Savings and Human Capital Investment in Malawi. Department of Economics Working Paper Series.
    • Baranov V, Bennett D & Kohler HP. 2015. The Indirect Impact of Antiretroviral Therapy: Mortality Risk, Mental Health, and HIV-Negative Labor Supply. Department of Economics Working Paper Series.
    • Broadway B, Kalb G, Kuehnle D & Maeder M. 2015. The Effect of Paid Parental Leave on Child Health in Australia. Melbourne Institute Working Paper No. 9/15.
    • Broadway B & McVicar M. 2015. Reducing the Generosity and Increasing the Conditionality of Disability Benefits: Turning the Supertanker or Squeezing the Balloon? Melbourne Institute Working Paper No. 11/15.
    • Kaiser U & Mendez S. 2015. How Do Drug Prices Respond to a Change from External to Internal Reference Pricing? Evidence from a Danish Regulatory Reform. Melbourne Institute Working Paper No. 4/15.
    • Kaiser U, Mendez S, Rønde T & Ullrich H. 2015. Drug pricing reforms: The Danish experience. European Pharmaceutical Review, 20(2).
    • Kalb G, Kuehnle D, Scott A, Cheng TC & Jeon SH. 2015. What factors affect doctors’ hours decisions: Comparing structural discrete choice and reduced-form approaches. Melbourne Institute Working Paper No. 10/15.
    • Scott A. The GP Co-payment: A short post-mortem and a new research agenda on Medicare. Melbourne Institute Policy Brief No. 1/15.
    • Scott A, Leahy A & Lentini N. 2015. MABEL Matters No. 10. Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research.
    • Scott A & Wiit J. 2015. Loss aversion, reference dependence and diminishing sensitivity in choice experiments. Melbourne Institute Working Paper No. 16/15.
    • Taylor T, Scott A & Leahy A. 2015. MABEL User Manual: Wave 7 Release. Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research, October 2015.
    • Taylor T, Yan W, Li J, Scott A, Cheng T & Leahy A. 2015. MABEL User Manual: Wave 6 Release. Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research.
    • Ward S, Williams J & van Ours JC. 2015. Bad behavior: Delinquency, arrest and early school leaving. IZA Discussion Paper No. 9248.

2014

  • Journal articles
    • Allanson P & Petrie D. 2014. Understanding the vertical equity judgements underpinning health inequality measures. Health Economics, 23(11), 1390-1396.
    • Alva M, Gray A, Mihaylova B, & Clarke P. 2014. The effect of diabetes complications on health-related quality of life: The importance of longitudinal data to address patient heterogeneity. Health Economics, 23(4): 487-500.
    • Baldacchino A, Arbuckle K, Petrie D & McCowanC. 2014. Neurobehavioral consequences of chronic intrauterine opioid exposure in infants and preschool children: a systematic review and meta-analysis. BMC Psychiatry, 14:104.
    • Barnett K, Bennie M, Treweek S, Robertson C, Petrie D, Ritchie LD & Guthrie B. 2014. Effective Feedback to Improve Primary Care Prescribing Safety (EFIPPS) a pragmatic three-arm cluster randomised trial: designing the intervention (ClinicalTrials.gov registration NCT01602705). Implementation Science, 9: 133.
    • Black H, Michalova L, Gill J, Rees C, Chick J, O'May F, Rush R & McPake B. White cider consumption and heavy drinkers: a low-cost option but an unknown price. Alcohol and Alcoholism, 49(6): 675-680.
    • Bhattacharjee A, Maiti T & Petrie D. 2014. General equilibrium effects of spatial structure: Health outcomes and health behaviours in Scotland. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 49: 286-297.
    • Byrnes J, Shakeshaft A, Petrie D & Doran CM. 2014. Is response to price equal for those with higher alcohol consumption? The European Journal of Health Economics, 1-7.
    • Carvalho N, Thacker N, Gupta SS & Salomon JA. 2014. More evidence on the impact of India's conditional cash transfer program Janani Suraksha Yojana: quasi-experimental evaluation of the effects on childhood immunization and other reproductive and child health outcomes. PLoS One, 9(10): e109311
    • Cheng TC, Palangkaraya A & Yong J. 2014. Hospital utilization in mixed public–private system: Evidence from Australian hospital data. Applied Economics, 46(8): 859-870.
    • Clarke PM & Avery AB. 2014. Evaluating the costs and benefits of using combination therapies. The Medical Journal of Australia, 200(9): 518-520.
    • Cobiac LJ, Ikeda T, Nghiem N, Blakely T & Wilson N. 2014. Modelling the implications of regular increases in tobacco taxation in the tobacco endgame. Tobacco Control.
    • Cromarty J, Parikh S, Lim WK, Acharya S & Jackson TJ. 2014. Effects of hospital-acquired conditions on length of stay for patients with diabetes. Internal Medicine Journal, 44(11): 1109-1116.
    • Crombie IK, Irvine L, Williams B, Sniehotta FF, Petrie D, Evans JM, Emslie C, Jones C, Ricketts IW, Humphris G, Norrie J, Rice P & Slane PW. 2014. A mobile phone intervention to reduce binge drinking among disadvantaged men: study protocol for a randomised controlled cost-effectiveness trial. Trials, 15: 494.
    • Dunt D, Anjou M, Boudville A, Hsueh A & Taylor H. 2014. Establishing the value of Indigenous eye health programs: health needs, economic priority and performance assessment approaches. Australian Health Review, 38(1): 99-105.
    • Farmer AJ, Stevens R, Hirst J, Lung T, Oke J, Clarke P, Glasziou P, Neil A, Dunger D, Colhoun HM, Pugh C, Wong G, Perera R & Shine B. 2014. Optimal strategies for identifying kidney disease in diabetes: properties of screening tests, progression of renal dysfunction and impact of treatment-systematic review and modelling of progression and cost-effectiveness. Health Technology Assessment, Winchester, England, 18(14): 1.
    • Grundy J, Annear P, Ahmed S & Biggs B.A. 2014. Adapting to social and political transitions–The influence of history on health policy formation in the Republic of the Union of Myanmar (Burma). Social Science & Medicine, 107: 179-188.
    • Grundy J, Hoban E, Allender S & Annear P. 2014. The inter-section of political history and health policy in Asia--the historical foundations for health policy analysis. Social Science & Medicine, 117: 150-159.
    • Hanel B, Kalb GR & Scott A. 2014. Nurses's labour supply elasticities: The importance of accounting for extensive margins. Journal of Health Economics, 33: 94-112.
    • Herbert DL, Coveney J, Clarke P, Graves N & Barnett AG. 2014. The impact of funding deadlines on personal workloads, stress and family relationships: A qualitative study of Australian researchers. BMJ open, 4(3), e004462.
    • Holm AL, Veerman L, Cobiac L, Ekholm O & Diderichsen F. 2014. Cost-effectiveness of changes in alcohol taxation in Denmark: a modelling study. Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation, 12(1):1.
    • Holm AL, Veerman L, Cobiac L, Ekholm O & Diderichsen F. 2014. Cost-effectiveness of preventive interventions to reduce alcohol consumption in Denmark. PloS One, 9(2): e88041.
    • Johnston DW, Propper C, Pudney SE & Shields M. 2014. The income gradient in childhood mental health: all in the eye of the beholder? Journal of the Royal Statistical Society - Series A: Statistics in Society, 177(4): 755–996.
    • Kaiser U, Mendez SJ, Rønde T & Ullrich H. 2014. Regulation of pharmaceutical prices: Evidence from a reference price reform in Denmark. Journal of Health Economics, 36: 174-187.
    • Kjellsson G, Clarke P & Gerdtham U.G. 2014. Forgetting to remember or remembering to forget: A study of the recall period length in health care survey questions. Journal of Health Economics, 35: 34-46.
    • Li J, Hurley J, DeCicca P & Buckley G. 2014. Physician response to pay-for-performance: Evidence from a natural experiment. Health Economics, 23(8): 962–978.
    • Li J, Scott A, McGrail M, Humphreys J & Witt J. 2014. Retaining rural doctors: doctors' preferences for rural medical workforce incentives. Social Science & Medicine, 121:56-64.
    • Lung T, Petrie D, Herman WH, Palmer AJ, Svensson A-M, Eliasson B & Clarke PM. 2014. Severe Hypoglycemia and Mortality After Cardiovascular Events for Type 1 Diabetic Patients in Sweden. Diabetes Care, 37(11): 2974-2981.
    • McPake B, Russo G, & Tseng FM. 2014. How do dual practitioners divide their time? The cases of three African capital cities. Social Science & Medicine, 122: 113-121.
    • Mitra S, Palmer M, Mont D & Groce N. 2015. Can households cope with health shocks in Vietnam? Health Economics, 25(7): 888-907.
    • Navarro HJ, Shakeshaft A, Doran CM & Petrie D. 2014. The potential cost-effectiveness of pharmacist delivered brief intervention for alcohol misuse. Journal of General Practice, 2:173.
    • O’Brien CL, Moore G, Rolley JX, Ski CF, Thompson DR, Lautenschlager NT, Gonzalesg G, Hsueh Y & Castle D. 2014 .Exploring health care providers’ perceptions of the needs of stroke carers: Informing development of an optimal health program. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation, 21(5): 421-431.
    • Palmer M. 2014. Inequalities in universal health coverage: Evidence from Vietnam. World Development, 64: 384-394.
    • Palmer M, Mitra S, Mont D & Groce N. The impact of health insurance for children under age 6 in Vietnam: A regression discontinuity approach. Social Science and Medicine, 145: 217-226.
    • Parikh S, Christensen D, Stuchbery P, Peterson J, Hutchinson A, & Jackson T. 2014. Exploring in-hospital adverse drug events using ICD-10 codes. Australian Health Review, 38: 454–460.
    • Pearson AL, van der Deen FS, Wilson N, Cobiac L & Blakely T. 2014. Theoretical impacts of a range of major tobacco retail outlet reduction interventions: Modelling results in a country with a smoke-free nation goal. Tobacco control. Tobacco Control.
    • Petrie D & Tang KK. 2014. Relative health performance in BRICS over the past 20 years: the winners and losers. Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 92: 396-404.
    • Petrie D, Tang KK & Rao DSP. 2014. Measuring health inequality with realization of conditional potential life years (RCPLY). Social Indicators Research, 122(1): 21-44.
    • Saha S. 2014. Design and baseline findings of a multi-site non-randomized evaluation of the effect of a health programme on microfinance clients in India. Global Journal of Health Science, 6(1): 43-51.
    • Saha S. 2014. ‘More health for the money’: An analytical framework for access to health care through microfinance and savings groups.Community Development Journal, 49(4): 618–630.
    • Sara S & Annear P. 2014. Overcoming access barriers to health services through membership-based microfinance organizations: a review of evidence from South Asia. WHO South East Asia Journal of Public Health, 3(2): 125-134.
    • Scott A. 2014. Getting the balance right between generalism and specialisation. Does remuneration matter? Australian Family Physician, 43(4) April: 229-232.
    • Scott A & Joyce C. 2014. The future of medical careers. Medical Journal of Australia, Perspectives, 201(2): 82-83.
    • Shakeshaft A, Doran C, Petrie D, Breen C, Havard A, Abudeen A, Harwood E, Clifford A, D'Este C, Gilmour S & Rob Sanson-Fisher R. 2014. The Effectiveness of Community Action in Reducing Risky Alcohol Consumption and Harm: A Cluster Randomised Controlled Trial. PLoS Medicine, doi: 10.1371/journal.pmed.1001617
    • Stephens SK, Cobiac LJ & Veerman JL. 2014. Improving diet and physical activity to reduce population prevalence of overweight and obesity: An overview of current evidence. Preventive Medicine, 62:167-78.
    • Tseng F-M & Petrie D. 2014. The Implications for health, depression, and life satisfaction from a permanent increase in income for the disadvantaged elderly: Evidence from Taiwan. Review of Social Economy, 72(3).
    • Williams J & Bretteville-Jensen AL. 2014. Does liberalizing cannabis laws increase cannabis use? Journal of Health Economics, 36: 20-32.
    • Zou G, McPake B & Wei X. 2014. Chinese health foreign aid and policy: Beyond medical aid. The Lancet, 383(9927): 1461-1462.
  • Other publications
    • Hurley J & Li J. 2014. “Financing incentives and pay-for-performance.” In Marchildon, GP & Di Matteo L. (Eds),Bending the Cost Curve in Health Care: Canada’s Provinces in International Perspective, Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
    • Jackson, T. 2014. Building the ‘continuous learning’ healthcare system, Health Information Management Journal, 43(1): 4-5.
    • McPake B, Scott A & Edoka I. 2014. Analyzing Markets for Health Workers: Insights from Labor and Health Economics. The World Bank, June 2014.
    • Scott A. 2014. Life as an Intern. In: Australian Medical Students Association – Internship and Residency Guide 2014.
    • Scott A, Joyce C, Cheng TC & Wang W. 2014. A fork in the road? A review of factors influencing medical career choices. Centre for Research Excellence in Medical Workforce Dynamics Policy Brief, Issue 2.
    • Scott A, Joyce CM, Cheng TC & Wang W. 2014. Medical career path decision making: a rapid review. Evidence Check Review. Sax Institute, Sydney.
    • Scott A, Leahy A & Lentini N. 2014. MABEL Matters No. 9. Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research.
    • Scott A, Liu M, Yong J & Cheng T. 2014. Recent trends and determinants of medical staff earnings in Victorian health services. Report for the Victorian Department of Health.
    • Taylor T, Yan W, Li J, Scott A, Cheng TC & Leahy A. 2014. MABEL User Manual: Wave 5 Release, January 2014. Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research.
    • Tinelli M, Scott A, Seymour J, Ryan M, Bond C & McNamee P. 2014. The Authors’ Reply to Koeser and McCrone: “On the Use and Interpretation of Quantile Regression in Quality-of-Life Research.” PharmacoEconomics, 32(2): 229-230.
    • van Ours JC & Williams J. 2014. Health effects of illegal drug use. Encyclopedia of Health Economics, 1-9.
    • Yong J, Li J & Yan W. 2014. Update on the econometric model of professional-entry student clinical placement capacity in public health settings. Report for the Victorian Department of Health.