Ellen Van De Poel
Ellen Van De Poel
institute of Health Policy and Management, EUR
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Entrepreneurship and role models
N Bosma, J Hessels, V Schutjens, M Van Praag, I Verheul
Journal of economic psychology 33 (2), 410-424, 2012
Material, psychosocial, and behavioural factors in the explanation of educational inequalities in mortality in The Netherlands
FVA van Oort, FJ van Lenthe, JP Mackenbach
Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 59 (3), 214-220, 2005
Are urban children really healthier? Evidence from 47 developing countries
E Van de Poel, O O’Donnell, E Van Doorslaer
Social science & medicine 65 (10), 1986-2003, 2007
Socioeconomic inequality in malnutrition in developing countries
E Van de Poel, AR Hosseinpoor, N Speybroeck, T Van Ourti, J Vega
Bulletin of the World Health Organization 86, 282-291, 2008
Impact of nationwide centralization of pancreaticoduodenectomy on hospital mortality
RF de Wilde, MGH Besselink, I van der Tweel, I De Hingh, CHJ Van Eijck, ...
British Journal of Surgery 99 (3), 404, 2012
Co-producing knowledge: joint knowledge production between experts, bureaucrats and stakeholders in Dutch water management projects
J Edelenbos, A Van Buuren, N van Schie
Environmental science & policy 14 (6), 675-684, 2011
Malnutrition and the disproportional burden on the poor: the case of Ghana
E Van de Poel, AR Hosseinpoor, C Jehu-Appiah, J Vega, N Speybroeck
International journal for Equity in Health 6 (1), 21, 2007
Predicting job seeking for temporary employment using the theory of planned behaviour: The moderating role of individualism and collectivism
EAJ Van Hooft, M De Jong
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 82 (2), 295-316, 2009
Determinants of long-term care spending: age, time to death or disability?
C De Meijer, M Koopmanschap, TB d’Uva, E Van Doorslaer
Journal of health economics 30 (2), 425-438, 2011
What explains the rural-urban gap in infant mortality: household or community characteristics?
E Van de Poel, O O'donnell, E Van Doorslaer
Demography 46 (4), 827-850, 2009
Urbanization and the spread of diseases of affluence in China
E Van de Poel, O O’Donnell, E Van Doorslaer
Economics & Human Biology 7 (2), 200-216, 2009
Quantifying the impoverishing effects of purchasing medicines: a cross-country comparison of the affordability of medicines in the developing world
LM NiŽns, A Cameron, E Van de Poel, M Ewen, WBF Brouwer, R Laing
PLoS Med 7 (8), e1000333, 2010
Private equity syndication: Agency costs, reputation and collaboration
M Meuleman, M Wright, S Manigart, A Lockett
Journal of Business Finance & Accounting 36 (5‐6), 616-644, 2009
Is there a health penalty of China's rapid urbanization?
E Van de Poel, O O'donnell, E Van Doorslaer
Health Economics 21 (4), 367-385, 2012
The effects of performance incentives on the utilization and quality of maternal and child care in Burundi
I Bonfrer, E Van de Poel, E Van Doorslaer
Social Science & Medicine 123, 96-104, 2014
Introduction of performance-based financing in Burundi was associated with improvements in care and quality
I Bonfrer, R Soeters, E Van de Poel, O Basenya, G Longin, F van de Looij, ...
Health Affairs 33 (12), 2179-2187, 2014
Coping with the economic consequences of ill health in Indonesia
R Sparrow, EV de Poel, G Hadiwidjaja, A Yumna, N Warda, A Suryahadi
Health economics 23 (6), 719-728, 2014
Persistent inequalities in child undernutrition: evidence from 80 countries, from 1990 to today
C Bredenkamp, LR Buisman, E Van de Poel
International journal of epidemiology 43 (4), 1328-1335, 2014
Decomposing malnutrition inequalities between Scheduled Castes and Tribes and the remaining Indian population
E Van de Poel, N Speybroeck
Ethnicity & health 14 (3), 271-287, 2009
Does the distribution of healthcare utilization match needs in Africa?
I Bonfrer, E Van de Poel, M Grimm, E Van Doorslaer
Health Policy and Planning 29 (7), 921-937, 2014
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