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Tom van Ourti

Research Fellow

Erasmus University Rotterdam
Research field
Empirical Microeconomics
Applied Econometrics, Health, Inequality, Microeconometrics, Poverty

List of publications

Rohde, KirstenI.M., Van Ourti, T. and Soebhag, A. (2023). Reducing socioeconomic health inequalities?: A questionnaire study of majorization and invariance conditions Journal of Health Economics, 90:.

Bar, M., Wouterse, B., Riumallo Herl, C., van Ourti, T. and van Doorslaer, E. (2021). Diverging Mortality Inequality Trends among Young and Old in the Netherlands Fiscal Studies, 42(1):79--101.

Bouckaert, N., Gielen, A. and Van Ourti, T. (2020). It runs in the family – influenza vaccination and spillover effects Journal of Health Economics, 74:.

Coveney, M., Garcia Gomez, P., van Doorslaer, E. and Van Ourti, T. (2020). Thanks goodness for stickiness. Unravelling the evolution of income-related health inequalities before and after the Great recession in Europe Journal of Health Economics, 70:.

Raza, W., Poel, E. and Van Ourti, T. (2018). Impact and spill-over effects of an asset transfer program on child undermalnutrition: Evidence from a randomized control trial in Bangladesh Journal of Health Economics, 62:105--120.

Coveney, M., Garcia Gomez, P., van Doorslaer, E. and Van Ourti, T. (2016). Health disparities in Spain before and after the economic crisis Health Economics, 25(S2):141--158.

Garcia Gomez, P., Schokkaert, E., Van Ourti, T. and Marreiros Bago d'Uva, T. (2014). Inequity in the face of death Health Economics, 24:1348--1367.

Baeten, S., Van Ourti, T. and van Doorslaer, E. (2013). Rising inequalities in income and healht in China. Who is left behind? Journal of Health Economics, 32(6):1214--1229.

Bleichrodt, H., Rohde, K. and Van Ourti, T. (2012). An Experimental Test of the Concentration Index Journal of Health Economics, 31(1):86--98.

Erreygers, G., Clarke, P. and Van Ourti, T. (2011). Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who in this land is fairest of all? – Distributional sensitivity in the measurement of socioeconomic inequality in health. Journal of Health Economics, 31(1):257--270.

Erreygers, G. and Van Ourti, T. (2011). Measuring socioeconomic inequality in health, health care and health financing by means of rank-dependent indices: a recipe for good practice Journal of Health Economics, 30(4):685--694.

Erreygers, G. and Van Ourti, T. (2011). Putting the cart before the horse. A comment on Wagstaff on inequality measurement in the presence of binary variables. Health Economics, 20:1161--1165.

Van Ourti, T. and Clarke, P. (2011). A simple correction to remove the bias of the Gini coefficient due to income grouping Review of Economics and Statistics, 93(3):982--994.

Clarke, P. and Van Ourti, T. (2010). Calculating the concentration index when income is grouped Journal of Health Economics, 29(1):151--157.

Schokkaert, E., Van Ourti, T., De Graeve, D., Lecluyse, A. and Van de Voorde, C. (2010). Supplemental health insurance and equality of access in Belgium Health Economics, 19(4):377--395.

van Kippersluis, H., Van Ourti, T., O' Donnell, O. and van Doorslaer, E. (2009). Health and Income across the Life Cycle and Genererations in Europe Journal of Health Economics, 28(4):818--830.

Van Ourti, T., van Doorslaer, E. and Koolman, A. (2009). The effect of income growth and inequality in incomes on health inequality: Theory and empirical evidence from the European Panel Journal of Health Economics, 28(3):525--539.

Tharakan, P., Van Beveren, I. and Van Ourti, T. (2005). Determinants of India's software exports and goods exports Review of Economics and Statistics, 87(4):776--780.

Van Ourti, T. (2004). Measuring horizontal inequity in Belgian health care using a Gaussian random effects two part cout data model Health Economics, 13:705--724.

de Graeve, D. and Van Ourti, T. (2003). The distributional impact of health financing in Europe: a review The World Economy, 26(10):1459--1479.

Van Ourti, T. (2003). Socioeconomic inequality in ill-health amongst the elderly. Should one use current or permanent income? Journal of Health Economics, 22(2):219--241.