Sebastian Wichert : Citation Profile


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Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (50% share)
ifo Institut - Leibniz-Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung an der Universität München e.V. (50% share)

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RESEARCH ACTIVITY:

   2 years (2017 - 2019). See details.
   Cites by year: 3
   Journals where Sebastian Wichert has often published
   Relations with other researchers
   Recent citing documents: 4.    Total self citations: 0 (0 %)

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Relations with other researchers


Works with:

Reif, Simon (6)

Wuppermann, Amelie (4)

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

Is cited by:

Brilli, Ylenia (2)

Restrepo, Brandon (2)

Juerges, Hendrik (2)

Reif, Simon (1)

Wiesen, Daniel (1)

Cites to:

Trandafir, Mircea (3)

Daysal, N. Meltem (3)

Siciliani, Luigi (2)

Salm, Martin (2)

UGOLINI, CRISTINA (2)

NEBOUT, Antoine (2)

Wübker, Ansgar (2)

Verzulli, Rossella (2)

Atella, Vincenzo (2)

Kowalski, Amanda (2)

Kopinska, Joanna (2)

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Where Sebastian Wichert has published?


Recent works citing Sebastian Wichert (2020 and 2019)


YearTitle of citing document
2020Birth weight, neonatal care, and infant mortality: Evidence from macrosomic babies. (2020). Restrepo, Brandon ; Brilli, Ylenia. In: Economics & Human Biology. RePEc:eee:ehbiol:v:37:y:2020:i:c:s1570677x19300930.

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2019Dishonesty in health care practice: A behavioral experiment on upcoding in neonatology. (2019). Juerges, Hendrik ; Wiesen, Daniel ; Jurges, Hendrik ; Hennigschmidt, Heike. In: Health Economics. RePEc:wly:hlthec:v:28:y:2019:i:3:p:319-338.

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2020Losing body weight for money: How provider‐side financial incentives cause weight loss in Swiss low‐birth‐weight newborns. (2020). Hochuli, Philip. In: Health Economics. RePEc:wly:hlthec:v:29:y:2020:i:4:p:406-418.

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2020Birth weight, neonatal care, and infant mortality: Evidence from macrosomic babies. (2020). Restrepo, Brandon ; Brilli, Ylenia. In: Economics & Human Biology. RePEc:eee:ehbiol:v:37:y:2020:i:c:s1570677x19300930.

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Works by Sebastian Wichert:


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2019Birth in times of war - An investigation of health, mortality and social class using historical clinical records In: CESifo Working Paper Series.
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2018Is it good to be too light? Birth weight thresholds in hospital reimbursement systems In: Journal of Health Economics.
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2018Is it good to be too light? Birth weight thresholds in hospital reimbursement systems.(2018) In: Munich Reprints in Economics.
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2017Is it good to be too light? Birth weight thresholds in hospital reimbursement systems.(2017) In: Discussion Papers in Economics.
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2017Is it good to be too light? Birth weight thresholds in hospital reimbursement systems.(2017) In: Health, Econometrics and Data Group (HEDG) Working Papers.
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2017Is it good to be too light? Birth weight thresholds in hospital reimbursement systems.(2017) In: FAU Discussion Papers in Economics.
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2017Is it good to be too light? Birth weight thresholds in hospital reimbursement systems.(2017) In: Annual Conference 2017 (Vienna): Alternative Structures for Money and Banking.
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2019Are health risk attitude and general risk attitude associated with healthcare utilization, costs and working ability? Results from the German KORA FF4 cohort study In: Health Economics Review.
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