Livio Di Matteo : Citation Profile


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RESEARCH PRODUCTION:

29

Articles

8

Papers

1

Books

1

Chapters

RESEARCH ACTIVITY:

   25 years (1997 - 2022). See details.
   Cites by year: 9
   Journals where Livio Di Matteo has often published
   Relations with other researchers
   Recent citing documents: 11.    Total self citations: 15 (6 %)

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Relations with other researchers


Works with:

Summerfield, Fraser (2)

Authors registered in RePEc who have co-authored more than one work in the last five years with Livio Di Matteo.

Is cited by:

Ziebarth, Nicolas (8)

Moscone, Francesco (6)

Eibich, Peter (6)

Masiero, Giuliano (6)

Yew, Siew Ling (5)

Filippini, Massimo (5)

Alimi, Olorunfemi (4)

Baltagi, Badi (4)

Pammolli, Fabio (4)

Emery, John (4)

Ajide, Kazeem (4)

Cites to:

Newhouse, Joseph (15)

Galenson, David (13)

Galenson, David (13)

Kotlikoff, Laurence (12)

Gerdtham, Ulf-G. (12)

Waldenström, Daniel (11)

Roine, Jesper (11)

Barro, Robert (10)

Hitiris, Theodore (Theo) (10)

Saez, Emmanuel (9)

Hurd, Michael (9)

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Where Livio Di Matteo has published?


Journals with more than one article published# docs
Explorations in Economic History3
Canadian Public Policy3
Health Policy3
The Journal of Economic History2
Review of Economic Analysis2
Applied Economics2
The European Journal of Health Economics2

Working Papers Series with more than one paper published# docs
Working Paper series / Rimini Centre for Economic Analysis3
Working Papers / Ryerson University, Department of Economics2

Recent works citing Livio Di Matteo (2024 and 2023)


YearTitle of citing document
2024Consumption smoothing in the working-class households of interwar Japan. (2019). Ogasawara, Kota. In: Papers. RePEc:arx:papers:1807.05737.

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2024Revisiting the Income Inequality-Crime Puzzle. (2024). Pazzona, Matteo. In: World Development. RePEc:eee:wdevel:v:176:y:2024:i:c:s0305750x23003388.

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2023Household Wealth Distribution and Its Impact in China: Evidence from the China Family Panel Studies. (2023). Gao, Tiantian ; Hu, Wenjie. In: Sustainability. RePEc:gam:jsusta:v:15:y:2023:i:8:p:6928-:d:1128014.

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2026The Relationship Between the Health Services Price Index and The Real Effective Exchange Rate Index in Turkey: A Frequency Domain Causality Analysis. (2026). Kirca, Mustafa ; Inal, Veysel ; Ozer, Mustafa. In: EKOIST Journal of Econometrics and Statistics. RePEc:ist:ekoist:v:0:y:2022:i:36:p:21-41.

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2023New insights into the growth-maximizing size of government: evidence and implications for Turkey. (2023). Durucan, Ayegul ; Kaya, Aye ; En, Huseyin. In: Economic Change and Restructuring. RePEc:kap:ecopln:v:56:y:2023:i:4:d:10.1007_s10644-023-09510-y.

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Works by Livio Di Matteo:


YearTitleTypeCited
2008Wealth accumulation motives: evidence from the probate records of Ontario, 1892 and 1902. In: Cliometrica, Journal of Historical Economics and Econometric History.
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2004Resource boom and bust, 1885–1920: regional wealth evidence from probate records In: Australian Economic History Review.
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2021Long Run Canadian Wealth Inequality in International Context In: Review of Income and Wealth.
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2021Influenza Pandemics and Macroeconomic Fluctuations in Recent Economic History In: Working Papers.
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2015The evolution of financial intermediation: Evidence from 19th-century Ontario microdata In: Canadian Journal of Economics.
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2015The evolution of financial intermediation: Evidence from 19th?century Ontario microdata.(2015) In: Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d'économique.
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2009The Fiscal Sustainability of Albertas Public Health Care System In: SPP Research Papers.
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2001Public Homecare Expenditures in Canada In: Canadian Public Policy.
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2006Is it Better to Live in a Basement, an Attic or to Get your own Place? Analyzing the Costs and Benefits of Institutional Change for Northwestern Ontario In: Canadian Public Policy.
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2016Wealth Distribution and the Canadian Middle Class: Historical Evidence and Policy Implications In: Canadian Public Policy.
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2021Finances of the Nation: The Evolution of Health Expenditures in Canada, 1926-2019 In: Canadian Tax Journal.
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2009Policy choice or economic fundamentals: what drives the public–private health expenditure balance in Canada? In: Health Economics, Policy and Law.
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1997The Determinants of the Wealth and Asset Holding in Nineteenth-Century Canada: Evidence from Microdata In: The Journal of Economic History.
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2016Consumers in the Bush: Shopping in Rural Upper Canada. By Douglas McCalla. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queens University Press, 2015. Pp. xv, 296. $100.00, cloth; $34.95, paper. In: The Journal of Economic History.
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1998Wealth Accumulation and the Life-Cycle in Economic History: Implications of Alternative Approaches to Data In: Explorations in Economic History.
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2002Wealth and the demand for life insurance: evidence from Ontario, 1892 In: Explorations in Economic History.
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2013Women, wealth and economic change: An assessment of the impact of womens property law in Wentworth County, Ontario, 1872–1927 In: Explorations in Economic History.
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2014Physician numbers as a driver of provincial government health spending in Canadian health policy In: Health Policy.
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2000The determinants of the public-private mix in Canadian health care expenditures: 1975-1996 In: Health Policy.
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2005The macro determinants of health expenditure in the United States and Canada: assessing the impact of income, age distribution and time In: Health Policy.
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1998Evidence on the determinants of Canadian provincial government health expenditures: 1965-1991 In: Journal of Health Economics.
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2017Value for money: an evaluation of health spending in Canada In: International Journal of Health Economics and Management.
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2016All equal in the sight of God: economic inequality and religion in the early twentieth century In: European Review of Economic History.
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2018The Determinants of Public Health Expenditures: Comparing Canada and Spain In: MPRA Paper.
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2018Economic Growth and the Public Sector: A Comparison of Canada and Italy, 1870-2013 In: Review of Economic Analysis.
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2018Economic Growth and the Public Sector: A Comparison of Canada and Italy, 1870-2013.(2018) In: Working Paper series.
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2020Spend Less, Get More? Explaining Health Spending and Outcome Differences Between Canada and Italy In: Review of Economic Analysis.
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2020Spend Less, Get More? Explaining Health Spending and Outcome Differences Between Canada and Italy.(2020) In: Working Paper series.
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2019Spend Less, Get More? Explaining Health Spending and Outcome Differences Between Canada and Italy.(2019) In: Working Papers.
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2018The Shifting Scully Curve: International Evidence from 1870 to 2013 In: Working Paper series.
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2017Economic Growth and the Public Sector: A Comparison of Canada and Italy, 1870†2013 In: Working Papers.
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2022Does economic inequality breed murder? An empirical investigation of the relationship between economic inequality and homicide rates in Canadian provinces and CMAs In: Empirical Economics.
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2010The sustainability of public health expenditures: evidence from the Canadian federation In: The European Journal of Health Economics.
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2005Does testing for prostate-specific antigen contribute to declining prostate cancer mortality? In: The European Journal of Health Economics.
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2018The Decline of Manufacturing in Canada: Resource Curse, Productivity Malaise or Natural Evolution? In: Springer Proceedings in Business and Economics.
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2018The Evolution and Determinants of Wealth Inequality in the North Atlantic Anglo-Sphere, 1668–2013 In: Springer Books.
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1999Using alternative methods to estimate the determinants of cross-border trips In: Applied Economics.
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2020The shifting Scully curve: international evidence from 1871 to 2016 In: Applied Economics.
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2018Filling the Gap: Long Run Canadian Wealth Inequality in International Context In: University of Western Ontario, Departmental Research Report Series.
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