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Stephanie von Hinke
Stephanie von Hinke
University of Bristol, Erasmus University Rotterdam
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Genetic markers as instrumental variables
S von Hinke, GD Smith, DA Lawlor, C Propper, F Windmeijer
Journal of Health Economics 45, 131-148, 2016
138*2016
The many weak instruments problem and Mendelian randomization
NM Davies, S von Hinke Kessler Scholder, H Farbmacher, S Burgess, ...
Statistics in Medicine 34 (3), 454-468, 2015
1152015
Maternal employment and overweight children: does timing matter?
S von Hinke Kessler Scholder
Health economics 17 (8), 889-906, 2008
1122008
Alcohol Exposure In Utero and Child Academic Achievement
S von Hinke Kessler Scholder, GL Wehby, S Lewis, L Zuccolo
The Economic Journal 124 (576), 634-667, 2014
702014
Smarter Task Assignment or Greater Effort: the impact of incentives on team performance
S Burgess, C Propper, M Ratto, SH Kessler Scholder, E Tominey
The Economic Journal 120 (547), 968-989, 2010
702010
Getting a healthy start: The effectiveness of targeted benefits for improving dietary choices
R Griffith, S von Hinke, S Smith
Journal of health economics 58, 176-187, 2018
61*2018
Evidence of detrimental effects of prenatal alcohol exposure on offspring birthweight and neurodevelopment from a systematic review of quasi-experimental studies
L Mamluk, T Jones, S Ijaz, HB Edwards, J Savović, V Leach, THM Moore, ...
International journal of epidemiology 49 (6), 1972-1995, 2020
472020
Child height, health and human capital: evidence using genetic markers
SHK Scholder, GD Smith, DA Lawlor, C Propper, F Windmeijer
European Economic Review 57, 1-22, 2013
462013
The demand for cigarettes as derived from the demand for weight loss: A theoretical and empirical investigation
J Cawley, D Dragone, S Von Hinke Kessler Scholder
Health economics 25 (1), 8-23, 2016
45*2016
Mortality and the business cycle: Evidence from individual and aggregated data
GJ Van den Berg, UG Gerdtham, S von Hinke, M Lindeboom, ...
Journal of health economics 56, 61-70, 2017
432017
The effect of fat mass on educational attainment: examining the sensitivity to different identification strategies
SHK Scholder, GD Smith, DA Lawlor, C Propper, F Windmeijer
Economics & Human Biology 10 (4), 405-418, 2012
432012
Mendelian randomization: the use of genes in instrumental variable analyses
S von Hinke Kessler Scholder, GD Smith, DA Lawlor, C Propper, ...
Health economics 20 (8), 893-896, 2011
422011
The london bombings and racial prejudice: Evidence from the housing and labor market
A Ratcliffe, S von Hinke Kessler Scholder
Economic Inquiry 53 (1), 276-293, 2015
292015
The response to nutritional labels: Evidence from a quasi-experiment
E Fichera, S von Hinke
Journal of Health Economics 72, 102326, 2020
272020
The use of instrumental variables in peer effects models
S von Hinke, G Leckie, C Nicoletti
Oxford bulletin of economics and statistics 81 (5), 1179-1191, 2019
202019
Estimating marginal healthcare costs using genetic variants as instrumental variables: Mendelian randomization in economic evaluation
P Dixon, GD Smith, S von Hinke, NM Davies, W Hollingworth
PharmacoEconomics 34 (11), 1075-1086, 2016
202016
Dynamic complementarity in skill production: Evidence from genetic endowments and birth order
D Muslimova, H Van Kippersluis, CA Rietveld, S Von Hinke, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:2012.05021, 2020
192020
Using obviously-related instrumental variables to increase the predictive power of polygenic scores
H van Kippersluis, P Biroli, TJ Galama, S von Hinke, SFW Meddens, ...
bioRxiv, 2021
9*2021
School meal crowd out in the 1980s
SHK Scholder
Journal of health economics 32 (3), 538-545, 2013
8*2013
Genetic instrumental variable studies of effects of prenatal risk factors
GL Wehby, SHK Scholder
Biodemography and social biology 59 (1), 4-36, 2013
72013
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