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Recent Selected Publications


Olsen KR, Laudicella M, 2019. Health care inequality in free access health systems. The impact of non-pecuniary incentives on diabetic patients in Danish general practices. Social Science and Medicine, 230: 174-183.

Meacock R, Anselmi L, Kristensen SR, Doran T, Sutton M, 2019. Do variations in hospital admission rates bias comparisons of standardized hospital mortality rates? A population-based cohort study. Social Science and Medicine, 235: 112409.

Di Guida S, Gyrd-Hansen D, Oxholm AS, 2019. Testing the myth of fee-for-service and overprovision in health care. Health Economics, 28(5): 717-722.

Oxholm AS, Di Guida S, Gyrd-Hansen D, Olsen KR, 2019. Taking care of high-need patients in capitation-based payment schemes: and experimental investigation into the importance of market conditions. Applied Economics 51: 5174-5184.

Hansen LD, Kjær T, 2019. Disentangling public preferences for health gains at end-of-life: Further evidence of not support of an end-of-life premium. Social Science and Medicine, 236: 112375.

Kjær T, Højgaard B, Gyrd-Hansen D. Physical exercise versus shorter life expectancy? An investigation into preferences for physical activity using a stated preference approach. Health Policy, 123(8): 790-796.

Fen Y, Kristensen SR, Lorgelly P, Meacock R, Sanchez MR, Sicilliani L, Sutton M, 2019. Pay for performance for specialized care in England. Health Policy, 123(11): 1036-1041.

Sopina L, Spackman E, Martikainen J, Waldemar G, Sørensen J, 2019. Long-term medical costs of Alzheimer’s disease: Matched cohort analysis. The European Journal of Health Economics, 20(3): 333-342.

Sopina L, Chenoweth L, Luckett T, Agar M, Luscombe GM, Davidson PM, Pond CD, Phillips J, Goodall S, 2019.  Health-related quality of life in people with advanced dementia: a comparison of EQ-5D-5L and QUALID instruments. Quality of Life Research, 28(1): 121-129.

Wolf RT, Jeppesen P, Gyrd-Hansen D, CCC2000 Study Group, Oxholm AS, 2019. Evaluation of a screening algorithm using the Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire to identify children with mental health problems: A five-year register-based follow-up on school performance and healthcare use. PLOS ONE, 14(10): e0223314.

Stokes J, Lau YS, Kristensen SR, Sutton M, 2019. Does pooling health and social care budgets reduce hospital use and lower costs? Social Science and Medicine, 232: 382-388.

Determanm D, Gyrd-Hansen D, de Wit GA, de Bekker-Grob EW, Steyerberg EW, Lambooij MS, Pedersen LB.  Designing unforced choice experiments to inform health care decision making: Implications of using opt-out, neither or status quo alternatives in discrete choice experiments. Medical Decision Making. 39(6): 681-692.


Oxholm, A. S.Kristensen, S. R. & Sutton, M. Uncertainty about the effort-performance relationship in threshold-based payment schemesJournal of Health Economics. 62p. 69-83.

Sopina L, Spackman E, Martikainen J, Waldemar G, Sørensen J, 2018. Long-term medical costs of Alzheimer’s disease: matched cohort analysis. The European Journal of Health Economics. 

Ahnfeldt-Mollerup P, Søndergaard J, Barwell F, Mazelan P, Spurgeon P & Kristensen T, 2018. The relationship between use of quality of care feedback reports on chronic diseases and medical engagement in general practice. Quality Management in Health Care, 27(4): 191-198.

Pedersen LB, Kousgaard Andersen MK, Jensen UT, Waldorff FB, Jacobsen CB, 2018. Can external interventions crowd in intrinsic motivation? A cluster randomised field experiment in mandatory accreditation of general practice in Denmark. Social Science & Medicine; 211, page 224-233

Kjær T, Nielsen JS, Hole AR. An investigation into procedural (in)variance in the valuation of mortality risk reduction. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 89: 278-284. 

Fredslund EK, Mørkbak M, Gyrd-Hansen D, 2018. Different domains - different time preferences? Social Science & Medicine, 207:97-105.  

Pedersen LB, Kousgaard Andersen MK, Jensen UT, Waldorff FB, Jacobsen CB, 2018. Can external interventions crowd in intrinsic motivation? A cluster randomised field experiment in mandatory accreditation of general practice in Denmark. Social Science & Medicine. In press. 

Gyrd-Hansen, D, 2018. Is there additional value attached to health gains at the end of life? A revisit. Health Economics 27(1):e71-e75.

Mørkbak MR, Gyrd-Hansen D, Kjær T, 2017. Can present biasedness explain early onset of diabetes and subsequent disease progression? Exploring causal inference by linking survey and register data. Social Science & Medicine, 186:34-42

 Sopina E, Sørensen J,Beyer N, Hasselbach S, Valdemar G, 2017. Cost-effectiveness of a randomised trial of physical activity in Alzheimer's disease: A secondary analysis exploring patient nd proxy-reported health-related quality of life measures in Denmark. BMJ Open, e015217.

Von Arx L, Kjær T, Mørkbak M, Johnson FR. (2017). Be Careful What You Ask For: Effects of Benefit Descriptions on Diabetes Patients’ Benefit-Risk Tradeoff Preferences? Value in Health; 20(4):670-678

Cramer, D., Pedersen, LB. 2017. The Impact of Empathy – Explaining Diversity in Street-Level Decision-Making. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 17(2), 433-449

Gyrd-Hansen D, 2017. A stated preference approach to assess whether health status impacts on marginal utility of consumption. Health economics 26(10):1224-1233.

Kristensen T, Waldorff FB, Nexøe J, Skovsgaard C, Rose Olsen K, 2017. Variation in point-of-care testing of HbA1c in Diabetes Care in General Practice.  International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, vol 14(11): 1363.

Ahnfeldt-Mollerup P, Lykkegaard, Halling A, Rose Olsen K, Kristensen T,2017. Resource allocation and the burden of co-morbidities among patients diagnosed with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: An observational cohort study from Danish general practice. BMC Health Services Research, vol 16(12): 121.

Olsen KR, Oxholm AS, Kongstad LP, Kristensen T et al, 2017. The FOKUS and FORDYB trial – designing a randomised controlled trial for an experiment with new remuneration schemes in general practice. COHERE Report. 

Gyrd-Hansen, D, Kjær, T, & Nielsen, JS, 2016. Journal of Health Economics. 2016, 49, 184-192

Pedersen, LB., Hess, S., Kjær, T. 2016. Asymmetric information and user orientation in general practice. Exploring the Agency relationship in a best worst scaling study. Journal of Health Economics, 50, 115-130

Oxholm AS, 2016.PhysicianResponsetoTarget-BasedPerformancePay- ment. COHERE DiscussionPapers 2016:9

Olsen, K.R., Kongstad, LP & Mellace, G. 2016 'Can the use of Electronic Health Re-cords in General Practice reduce hospitalizations for diabetes patients? Evidence from a natural experiment'. HEDG Working paper 25/16 University of York

Kruse M, Hostenkamp G, 2016. The societal costs of cancer diseases. COHERE Discussion paper.

Gyrd-Hansen D, 2016. The role of the payment vehicle in non-market valuations of a health care service: willingness-to-pay for an ambulance helicopter service. Health Economics, Policy and Law. 2016, 11(01), 1-16.

Baandrup L, Kruse M, 2016. New users of antipsychotic medication: A population-based cohort study of occupational outcome measures in relation to antipsychotic on-label and off-label prescribing practices. European Psychiatry, vol 31: 66-71.

Riise J, Hole AR, Gyrd-Hansen D, Skatun D, 2016. GPs’ implicit prioritization through clinical choices – evidence from three national health services. Journal of Health Economics, vol 49: 169-183.


Last Updated 24.06.2020