Economics

Economics

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  • Gao, Jun (University College Cork, 2017)
    Using a dataset of all surviving and non-surviving Chinese equity securities investment funds between May 2003 – May 2014, this study examines numerous risk-adjusted performance models in three classes: (i) unconditional ...
  • Chadha, Mrinal (University College Cork, 2017)
    This study critically analyses out of pocket health expenditure (OOPHE) in India, and provides policy suggestions that can enhance the Indian healthcare sector. Using nationally representative household data (2011-12) ...
  • Fawsitt, Christopher G.; Bourke, Jane; Murphy, Aileen; McElroy, Brendan; Lutomski, Jennifer E.; Murphy, Rosemary; Greene, Richard A. (Springer International Publishing; Adis, 2017-08-21)
    Background: The Irish government has committed to expand midwifery-led care alongside consultant-led care nationally, although very little is known about the potential net benefits of this reconfiguration. Objectives: To ...
  • Henn, Julia (University College Cork, 2016)
    The economics of well-being is an approach to evaluate well-being which combines the techniques commonly utilised by economists with those typically applied by psychologists (Graham, 2005). It relies on data concerning ...
  • Harrington, Joseph R.; Murphy, Jimmy; Coleman, Mary; Jordan, Declan; Debuigne, Tristan; Szacsuri, Gabor (AGH University of Science and Technology, 2016-08-31)
    This paper presents and applies an economic model developed for the management of dredged marine sediments. The model predicts direct project costs and direct, indirect and induced economic impacts. The model is applied ...

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