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October 12, 2017

Premium levels and demand response in health insurance: relative thinking and zero-price effects

Publication

In health care systems with a competitive health insurance market, governments or other sponsors (e.g. employers) often subsidize premiums to encourage enrolment. These subsidies are typically independent of plan choice leaving the absolute premium differences in place so as not to distort consumer choice of plan.

February 24, 2017

Switching gains and health plan price elasticities: 20 years of managed competition reforms in the Netherlands

Publication

In this paper we estimate health plan price elasticities and financial switching gains for consumers over a 20 years period in which managed competition was introduced in the Dutch health insurance market.

February 24, 2017

De markt voor huishoudelijke hulp: Gemeentelijk inkoopbeleid en gebruik door burgers onder de Wmo 2007

Publication (in Dutch only)

Dit boek beschrijft de ontwikkelingen op de markt voor huishoudelijke hulp vanaf het eerste jaar van de decentralisatie tot en met het een na laatste jaar voor de invoering van de ‘nieuwe’ Wmo in 2015.