George Stoye : Citation Profile


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Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) (40% share)
Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) (40% share)
University College London (UCL) (20% share)

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RESEARCH PRODUCTION:

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RESEARCH ACTIVITY:

   6 years (2013 - 2019). See details.
   Cites by year: 3
   Journals where George Stoye has often published
   Relations with other researchers
   Recent citing documents: 13.    Total self citations: 1 (5.26 %)

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Relations with other researchers


Works with:

Vera-Hernandez, Marcos (2)

Carneiro, Pedro (2)

Barron, Kai (2)

Abramovsky, Laura (2)

Authors registered in RePEc who have co-authored more than one work in the last five years with George Stoye.

Is cited by:

Asaria, Miqdad (4)

Cooper, Zack (3)

Gibbons, Stephen (2)

Fadlon, Itzik (2)

Ceni Gonzalez, Rodrigo (1)

Giulietti, Monica (1)

Laudicella, Mauro (1)

Ramos-Jaimes, Laura (1)

Van Parys, Jessica (1)

Propper, Carol (1)

Battisti, Giuliana (1)

Cites to:

Gravelle, Hugh (3)

Siciliani, Luigi (3)

Rice, Nigel (3)

Chalkley, Martin (2)

Santos, Rita (2)

Best, Michael (2)

Gaughan, James (2)

Finkelstein, Amy (1)

Polyakova, Maria (1)

Leger, Pierre (1)

Vera-Hernandez, Marcos (1)

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Where George Stoye has published?


Journals with more than one article published# docs
Fiscal Studies3

Working Papers Series with more than one paper published# docs
IFS Working Papers / Institute for Fiscal Studies7

Recent works citing George Stoye (2019 and 2018)


YearTitle of citing document
2017Health care costs in the English NHS: reference tables for average annual NHS spend by age, sex and deprivation group. (2017). Asaria, Miqdad. In: Working Papers. RePEc:chy:respap:147cherp.

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2019The causal effect of hospital volume on health gains from hip replacement surgery. (2019). Siciliani, Luigi ; Gutacker, Nils ; Rachet-Jacquet, Laurie. In: Working Papers. RePEc:chy:respap:168cherp.

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2017Measuring women’s economic empowerment: Critical lessons from South America. (2017). Valdivia, Martín ; Ramos-Jaimes, Laura ; Martinez-Restrepo, Susana ; Espino, Alma ; Cueva, Johanna Yancari. In: Libros Fedesarrollo. RePEc:col:000516:015825.

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2018The elephant in the energy room: Establishing the nexus between housing poverty and fuel poverty. (2018). Giulietti, Monica ; Battisti, Giuliana ; Burlinson, Andrew. In: Energy Economics. RePEc:eee:eneeco:v:72:y:2018:i:c:p:135-144.

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2020Swamped: Emergency Department Crowding and Patient Mortality. (2020). Woodworth, Lindsey. In: Journal of Health Economics. RePEc:eee:jhecon:v:70:y:2020:i:c:s0167629618311676.

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2020Primary care physician practice styles and patient care: Evidence from physician exits in Medicare. (2020). Fadlon, Itzik ; van Parys, Jessica. In: Journal of Health Economics. RePEc:eee:jhecon:v:71:y:2020:i:c:s0167629619308367.

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2018Does competition from private surgical centres improve public hospitals performance? Evidence from the English National Health Service. (2018). Cooper, Zack ; Skellern, Matthew ; Gibbons, Stephen. In: Journal of Public Economics. RePEc:eee:pubeco:v:166:y:2018:i:c:p:63-80.

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2019An analysis of the effects on Irish hospital care of the supply of care inside and outside the hospital. (2019). Lyons, Sean ; Smith, Samantha ; Wren, Maev-Ann ; Walsh, Brendan ; Morgenroth, Edgar ; Eighan, James. In: Research Series. RePEc:esr:resser:rs91.

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2020It could be worse...it could be raining: Ambulance response time and health outcomes. (2020). Lucchese, Elena. In: Working Papers. RePEc:mib:wpaper:429.

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2019Primary Care Physician Practice Styles and Patient Care: Evidence from Physician Exits in Medicare. (2019). Van Parys, Jessica ; Fadlon, Itzik. In: NBER Working Papers. RePEc:nbr:nberwo:26269.

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2017How to Appropriately Extrapolate Costs and Utilities in Cost-Effectiveness Analysis. (2017). Bojke, Laura ; Palmer, Stephen ; Ren, Shijie ; Mahon, Ronan ; Asaria, Miqdad ; Manca, Andrea. In: PharmacoEconomics. RePEc:spr:pharme:v:35:y:2017:i:8:d:10.1007_s40273-017-0512-6.

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2019Are not any silver in the cloud? Subjective well-being among deprived young people. (2019). Salas, Gonzalo ; Ceni Gonzalez, Rodrigo ; Carrasco, Paula ; Perazzo, Ivone. In: Documentos de Trabajo (working papers). RePEc:ulr:wpaper:dt-09-19.

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2018Hospital Choice in the NHS. (2018). Laudicella, Mauro ; Dardanoni, Valentino ; Li, P. In: Health, Econometrics and Data Group (HEDG) Working Papers. RePEc:yor:hectdg:18/04.

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Works by George Stoye:


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2016Challenges to Promoting Social Inclusion of the Extreme Poor: Evidence from a Large-Scale Experiment in Colombia In: Economía Journal.
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2014Challenges to promoting social inclusion of the extreme poor: evidence from a large scale experiment in Colombia.(2014) In: IFS Working Papers.
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2016Public Hospital Spending in England: Evidence from National Health Service Administrative Records In: Fiscal Studies.
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2015Public hospital spending in England: evidence from National Health Service administrative records.(2015) In: IFS Working Papers.
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2017Cheaper, Greener and More Efficient: Rationalising UK Carbon Prices In: Fiscal Studies.
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2017Factors Associated with the Presence of Domestic Energy Efficiency Measures in England In: Fiscal Studies.
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2013People or places? Factors associated with the presence of domestic energy efficiency measures in England. In: IFS Working Papers.
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2015New joints: private providers and rising demand in the English National Health Service In: IFS Working Papers.
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2016New Joints: Private providers and rising demand in the English National Health Service.(2016) In: IFS Working Papers.
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2018The impact of cuts to social care spending on the use of Accident and Emergency departments in England In: IFS Working Papers.
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2019Variation in end-of-life hospital spending in England: Evidence from linked survey and administrative data In: IFS Working Papers.
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2018Saving Lives by Tying Hands: The Unexpected Effects of Constraining Health Care Providers In: NBER Working Papers.
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2019Medical Labour Supply and the Production of Healthcare In: Fiscal Studies.
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