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Dolton, Peter J., Kidd, Michael P., & Fooken, Jonas (2015) Get a life? The impact of the European working time directive : the case of UK senior doctors. Health Economics, 24(10), pp. 1272-1288.
Frijters, Paul, Shields, Michael A., & Wheatley Price, Stephen (2007) Investigating the quitting decision of nurses : panel data evidence of the British National Health Service. Health Economics, 16(1), pp. 57-73.
Graves, Nicholas, Roberts, Jennifer, & Weinhold, Diana (2005) Correcting for bias when estimating the cost of hospital-acquired infection : an analysis of lower respiratory tract infections in non-surgical patients. Health Economics, 14(7), pp. 755-761.
Graves, Nicholas, Walker, Damian, Raine, Rosalind, Hutchings, Andrew, & Roberts, Jennifer (2002) Cost data for individual patients included in clinical studies: No amount of statistical analysis can compensate for inadequate costing methods. Health Economics, 11(8), pp. 735-739.
Khanam, Rasheda, Nghiem, Hong Son, & Connelly, Luke Brian (2014) What roles do contemporaneous and cumulative incomes play in the income–child health gradient for young children? Evidence from an Australian Panel. Health Economics, 23(8), pp. 879-893.
Lordan, Grace, Soto, Eliana Jimenez, Brown, Richard P. C., & Correa-Velez, Ignacio (2012) Socioeconomic status and health outcomes in a developing country. Health Economics, 21(2), pp. 178-186.