Effects of home-based reablement : A micro-econometric approach
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OriginalversjonBersvendsen, T. (2020). Effects of home-based reablement: A micro-econometric approach (Doctoral thesis). University of Agder, Kristiansand.
The common theme of this thesis is estimating e ects of home-based reablement (HBR) by applying micro-econometrics. Estimating cost related e ects of HBR proved challenging, mainly due to speci cs of the Norwegian public health setting and the individual tailoring of the HBR treatment. However, important results for the Norwegian public sector have been generated through an immense data job and by applying state-of-the-art econometric techniques. This thesis adds to the growing literature assessing empirical e ects of new health interventions.
Består avPaper I: Bersvendsen, T., Jungeilges, J. & Abildsnes, E. (Forthcoming). Empirical evaluation of home-based reablement: A systematic review. Manuscript. Full-text is not available in AURA as a separate file.
Paper II: Andersson, K., Bersvendsen, T. & Jungeilges, J. (Forthcoming). Absenteeism and care provision: Evidence from a Norwegian cross-sectional dependent panel. Manuscript. Full-text is not available in AURA as a separate file.
Paper III: Bersvendsen, T. & Jungeilges, J. (Forthcoming). Creating a unique panel from Norwegian health register data: Technicalities and difficulties. Manuscript. Full-text is not available in AURA as a separate file.
Paper IV: Bersvendsen, T. (Forthcoming). The health cost effects of home-based reablement: Empirical evidence from Norway. Manuscript. Full-text is not available in AURA as a separate file