Health Econometrics Using Stata

 Health Econometrics Using Stata
Health Econometrics Using Stata

Partha Deb, Edward C. Norton, Willard G. Manning

Health Econometrics Using Stata aims to provide a clear understanding of he most commonly used (and abused) econometric models for healthcare expenditures and use, along with approaches to choose the most appropriate model. In this book, the authors explain how to fit and interpret the models using easy-to-follow examples and discuss the strengths and weaknesses of the models presented. By following the approaches described in this book, researchers can address research questions in health economics in a rigorous way that is tailored to their data. In a book that presents many alternative models and ways to choose between those models, it should be no surprise that an overarching theme is that there is no single best model for all situations. Instead, researchers must find the most appropriate model for their research questions and data. We assume that the reader has a basic understanding of Stata and interest in modelling healthcare expenditures and use.

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