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Job van Exel

Research Fellow

University
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Researchgroup
Empirical Microeconomics
Interests
ageing, family economics

List of publications

Gheorghe,M. and Hoefman,R.J. and Versteegh,M.M. and van Exel,J.. 2019. Estimating Informal Caregiving Time from Patient EQ-5D Data: The Informal CARE Effect (iCARE) Tool. Pharmacoeconomics (Print), 37, 93--103

Hoefman,R.J. and van Exel,N.J.A. and Brouwer,W.B.F.. 2018. The monetary valuation of informal care: obtaining pure time valuations using a Discrete Choice Experiment.. Pharmacoeconomics (Print)

Mason,H. and Collins,M. and McHugh,N. and Godwin,J. and van Exel,N.J.A. and Donaldson,C. and Baker,R.. 2018. Is 'end of life' a special case? Connecting Q with survey methods to measure societal support for views on the value of life-extending treatments. Health Economics, 27, 819--831

van Nooten,F.E. and van Busschbach,J.J. and Agthoven,M. and van Exel,N.J.A. and Brouwer,W.B.F.. 2018. What should we know about the person behind a TTO?. The European Journal Of Health Economics, 19, 1207--1211

Verbooy,K. and Hoefman,R.J. and van Exel,N.J.A. and Brouwer,W.B.F.. 2018. Time is money: Investigating the value of leisure time and unpaid work. Value in Health, 21, 1428--1436

Hackert,M.Q.N. and van Exel,J. and Brouwer,W.B.F.. 2017. Valid Outcome Measures in Care for Older People: Comparing the ASCOT and ICECAP-O. Value in Health, 20, 936--944

Hoefman,R.J. and van Exel,N.J.A. and Brouwer,W.B.F.. 2017. Measuring care-related quality of life of caregivers for use in economic evaluations: CarerQol tariffs for Australia, Germany, Sweden, the UK and the US. Pharmacoeconomics (Print), 35, 469--478

Rappange,D.R. and van Exel,N.J.A. and Brouwer,W.B.F.. 2017. A short note on measuring subjective life expectancy: Survival probabilities versus point estimates. The European Journal Of Health Economics, 18, 7--12

Soeteman,L. and van Exel,N.J.A. and Bobinac,A.. 2017. The impact of the design of payment scales on the willingness to pay for health gains. The European Journal Of Health Economics, 18, 743--760

van de Wetering,E.J. and van Exel,N.J.A. and Brouwer,W.B.F.. 2017. The risk of conditional reimbursement: Stopping reimbursement can be more difficult than not starting in the first place!. Value in Health, 20, 118--125

van Nooten,F.E. and Brouwer,W.B.F. and van Exel,J. and Houghton,K and van Agthoven,M. and Stull,D.A.. 2017. A (Latent) Class of Their Own: Response Patterns in Trading Off Quantity and Quality of Life in Time Trade-Off Exercises. Value in Health, 20, 1403--1410

Wouters,S. and van Exel,N.J.A. and Baker,R. and Brouwer,W.B.F.. 2017. Priority to end of life treatments? Views of the public in the Netherlands.. Value in Health, 20, 107--117

Al-Janabi,H. and van Exel,N.J.A. and Brouwer,W.B.F. and Trotter,C. and Glennie,L. and Hannigan,L. and Coast,J.. 2016. Measuring health spillovers for economic evaluation: A case study in meningitis. Health Economics, 25, 1529--1544

van de Wetering,E.J. and van Exel,N.J.A. and Brouwer,W.B.F.. 2016. Health or Happiness? A note on the relative value of health and happiness in rationing decisions. Value in Health, 19, 552--557

Krol,H.M. and Papenburg,J. and van Exel,N.J.A.. 2015. Does Including Informal Care in Economic Evaluations Matter? A Systematic Review of Inclusion and Impact of Informal Care in Cost-Effectiveness Studies. Pharmacoeconomics (Print), 33, 123--135

van de Wetering,E.J. and van Exel,N.J.A. and Bobinac,A. and Brouwer,W.B.F.. 2015. Valuing QALYs in Relation to Equity Considerations Using a Discrete Choice Experiment. Pharmacoeconomics (Print), 33, 1289--1300

Wouters,S. and van Exel,N.J.A. and van den Donk,M. and Rohde,K.I.M. and Brouwer,W.B.F.. 2015. Do people desire to be healthier than other people? A short note on positional concerns for health. The European Journal Of Health Economics, 16, 47--54

Attema,A.E. and Brouwer,W.B.F. and van Exel,N.J.A.. 2014. Your right arm for a publication in AER?. Economic Inquiry, 52, 495--502

Bobinac,A. and van Exel,J. and Rutten,F.F.H. and Brouwer,W.B.F.. 2014. The value of a QALY: Individual willingness to pay for health gains under risk. Pharmacoeconomics (Print), 32, 75--86

Bobinac,A. and van Exel,J. and Rutten,F.F.H. and Brouwer,W.B.F.. 2013. Valuing QALY gains by applying a societal perspective. Health Economics, 22, 1272--1281

Hoefman,R.J. and van Exel,J. and Brouwer,W.B.F.. 2013. How to include informal care in economic evaluations. Pharmacoeconomics (Print), 31, 1105--1119

van de Wetering,E.J. and Stolk,E.A. and van Exel,N.J.A. and Brouwer,W.B.F.. 2013. Balancing equity and efficiency in the Dutch basis benefits package using the principle of proportional shortfall. The European Journal Of Health Economics, 14, 107--115

Bobinac,A. and van Exel,N.J.A. and Rutten,F.F.H. and Brouwer,W.B.F.. 2012. GET MORE, PAY MORE? An elaborate test of construct validity of willingness to pay per QALY estimates obtained through contingent valuation. Journal of Health Economics, 31, 158--168

Bobinac,A. and van Exel,N.J.A. and Rutten,F.F.H. and Brouwer,W.B.F.. 2012. Inquiry into the Relationship between Equity Weights and the Value of the QALY. Value in Health, 15, 1119--1126

Tilling,C.J. and Krol,H.M. and Tsuchiya,A. and Brazier,J. and van Exel,N.J.A. and Brouwer,W.B.F.. 2012. Does the EQ-5D Reflect Lost Earnings?. Pharmacoeconomics (Print), 1, 47--61

Bobinac,A. and Brouwer,W.B.F. and van Exel,N.J.A.. 2011. Discounting future health gains: an empirical enquiry into the influence of growing life expectancy. Health Economics, 20, 111--119

Bobinac,A. and van Exel,N.J.A. and Rutten,F.F.H. and Brouwer,W.B.F.. 2010. Caring for and caring about: Disentangling the caregiver effect and the family effect. Journal of Health Economics, 29, 549--556

Bobinac,A. and van Exel,N.J.A. and Rutten,F.F.H. and Brouwer,W.B.F.. 2010. Willingness to Pay for a Quality-Adjusted Life-Year: The Individual Perspective. Value in Health, 13, 1049--1055

de Meijer,C.A.M. and Brouwer,W.B.F. and Koopmanschap,M.A. and van den Berg,B. and van Exel,N.J.A.. 2010. The value of informal care-A further investigation of the feasibility of contingent valuation in informal caregivers. Health Economics, 19, 755--771

van de Wetering,E.J. and van Exel,N.J.A. and Brouwer,W.B.F.. 2010. Piecing the jigsaw puzzle of adolescent happiness. Journal of Economic Psychology, 31, 923--935

van Exel,N.J.A. and Rietveld,P.. 2009. Could you also have made this trip by another mode? An investigation of perceived travel possibilities of car and train travellers on the main travel corridors to the City of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Transportation Research. Part A, Policy and Practice, 43, 374--385

van Exel,N.J.A. and Rietveld,P.. 2009. When strike comes to town...anticipated and actual behavioural reactions to a one-day, pre-announced, complete rail strike in the Netherlands.. Transportation Research. Part A, Policy and Practice, 43, 526--535

Brouwer,W.B.F. and van Exel,N.J.A. and Baker,R. and Donaldson,C.. 2008. The New Myth The Social Value of QUALY. Pharmacoeconomics (Print), 26, 1--4

Brouwer,W.B.F. and Culyer,A.J. and van Exel,N.J.A. and Rutten,F.F.H.. 2008. Welfarism vs. extra-welfarism. Journal of Health Economics, 27, 325--338

Koopmanschap,M.A. and van Exel,N.J.A. and van den Berg,B. and Brouwer,W.B.F.. 2008. An overview of methods and applications to value informal care in economic evaluations of healthcare. Pharmacoeconomics (Print), 26, 269--280

Rappange,D.R. and van Baal,P.H.M. and Rutten,F.F.H. and van Exel,N.J.A. and Feenstra,T.L. and Brouwer,W.B.F.. 2008. Unrelated medical costs in life-years gained should they be included in economic evaluations of healthcare interventions?. Pharmacoeconomics (Print), 26, 815--860

van den Berg,B and Al,M.J. and van Exel,N.J.A. and Koopmanschap,M.A. and Brouwer,W.B.F.. 2008. Economic valuation of informal care: conjoint analysis applied in a heterogeneous population of informal caregivers. Value in Health, 11, 1041--1050

Brouwer,W.B.F. and van Exel,N.J.A. and Baltussen,R.M.P.M. and Rutten,F.F.H.. 2006. A Dollar is a Dollar Is a Dollar. Value in Health, 9, 341--347

van Exel,N.J.A. and Brouwer,W.B.F. and van den Berg,B. and Koopmanschap,M.A.. 2006. With a little help from an anchor; Discussion and evidence of anchoring effects in contigent valuation. Journal of Socio-economics, 35, 836--853

Polinder,S. and Meerding,W.J. and van Exel,N.J.A. and Brouwer,W.. 2005. Societal discounting of health effects in cost-effectiveness analyses. Pharmacoeconomics (Print), 23, 791--802

Polinder,S. and Meerding,W.J. and van Exel,N.J.A. and Brouwer,W.B.F.. 2005. Societal discounting of health effects in cost-effectiveness analyses: the influence of life expectancy. Pharmacoeconomics (Print), 23, 791--802

van der Berg,B. and Brouwer,W. and van Exel,N.J.A. and Koopmanschap,M.A.. 2005. Economic valuation of informal care: the contingent valuation method applied to informal caregiving. Health Economics, 14, 169--183

van Exel,N.J.A. and Rienstra,S. and Gommers,M. and Pearman,A. and Tsamboulas,D.. 2002. EU involvement in TEN development: network effects and European value added. Transport Policy, 9, 299--311