Jeremiah Hurley
Jeremiah Hurley
Professor of Economics, McMaster University
Verified email at mcmaster.ca
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Examining the role of health services research in public policymaking
JN Lavis, SE Ross, JE Hurley
The Milbank Quarterly 80 (1), 125-154, 2002
4992002
An overview of the normative economics of the health sector
J Hurley
Handbook of health economics 1, 55-118, 2000
3522000
Physician and practice characteristics associated with the early utilization of new prescription drugs
R Tamblyn, P Mcleod, JA Hanley, N Girard, J Hurley
Medical care 41 (8), 895-908, 2003
1472003
Physician response to pay-for-performance: Evidence from a natural experiment
J Li, J Hurley, P DeCicca, G Buckley
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2011
1282011
A needs-based methodology for allocating health care resources in Ontario, Canada: Development and an application
J Eyles, S Birch, S Chambers, J Hurley, B Hutchison
Social Science & Medicine 33 (4), 489-500, 1991
1271991
Estimating the price elasticity of expenditure for prescription drugs in the presence of non‐linear price schedules: an illustration from Quebec, Canada
P Contoyannis, J Hurley, P Grootendorst, SH Jeon, R Tamblyn
Health Economics 14 (9), 909-923, 2005
1032005
Welfarism, extra-welfarism and evaluative economic analysis in the health sector
J Hurley
Health, health care and health economics: Perspectives on distribution, 373-395, 1998
921998
Selecting effective incentive structures in health care: A decision framework to support health care purchasers in finding the right incentives to drive performance
T Custers, J Hurley, NS Klazinga, AD Brown
BMC Health Services Research 8 (1), 66, 2008
902008
Selecting effective incentive structures in health care: A decision framework to support health care purchasers in finding the right incentives to drive performance
T Custers, J Hurley, NS Klazinga, AD Brown
BMC Health Services Research 8, 66, 2008
902008
Inequity in a market-based health system: Evidence from Canada's dental sector
M Grignon, J Hurley, L Wang, S Allin
Health Policy 98 (1), 81-90, 2010
892010
The policy analysis of ‘values talk’: lessons from Canadian health reform
M Giacomini, J Hurley, I Gold, P Smith, J Abelson
Health Policy 67 (1), 15-24, 2004
882004
Do physician-payment mechanisms affect hospital utilization? A study of Health Service Organizations in Ontario.
B Hutchison, S Birch, J Hurley, J Lomas, F Stratford-Devai
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal 154 (5), 653, 1996
831996
Inequity in publicly funded physician care: what is the role of private prescription drug insurance?
S Allin, J Hurley
Health economics 18 (10), 1218-1232, 2009
732009
Geographically-decentralized planning and management in health care: some informational issues and their implications for efficiency
J Hurley, S Birch, J Eyles
Social Science & Medicine 41 (1), 3-11, 1995
731995
Implications of basing health-care resource allocations on cost-utility analysis in the presence of externalities
RJ Labelle, JE Hurley
Journal of Health Economics 11 (3), 259-277, 1992
661992
Physician labour supply in Canada: a cohort analysis
TF Crossley, J Hurley, SH Jeon
Health economics 18 (4), 437-456, 2009
652009
Physicians' choices of specialty, location, and mode: a re-examination within an interdependent decision framework
JE Hurley
University of Wisconsin--Madison, 1987
65*1987
Physicians' choices of specialty, location, and mode: A reexamination within an interdependent decision framework
JE Hurley
Journal of Human Resources, 47-71, 1991
641991
Physician responses to global physician expenditure budgets in Canada: a common property perspective
J Hurley, J Lomas, LJ Goldsmith
The Milbank Quarterly 75 (3), 343-364, 1997
591997
Parallel Private Health Insurance in Australia: A Cautionary Tale and Lessons for Canada
J Hurley, R Vaithianathan, TF Crossley, D Cobb-Clark
582002
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