Publications and discussion papers

Discussion Paper Number: 01/2016
Cancelled procedures in the English NHS: Evidence from the 2010 tariff reform
Graham Cookson, Simon Jones and Ioannis Laliotis.
Published in Health Economics on 16 February 2017

Discussion Paper Number: 02/2016 (updated November 2017)
Impact of Relative Performance Feedback on Beliefs and Preferences across Dissimilar Tasks
Lingbo Huang and Zahra Murad.
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Discussion Paper Number: 03/2016  (updated September 2017)
Promoting normal birth and reducing caesarean section rates: An evaluation of the Rapid Improvement Programme
Graham Cookson and Ioannis Laliotis
Published in Health Economics on 8 November 2017

Discussion Paper Number: 04/2016
Staffing and the determinants of caesarean sections in the English NHS
Graham Cookson and Ioannis Laliotis
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Discussion Paper Number: 05/2016
Cheap and Dirty: The effect of contracting out cleaning on cost and quality in English hospitals
Shimaa Elkomy, Graham Cookson and Simon Jones.
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Discussion Paper Number: 06/2016 (updated May 2017)
Fighting Alone or Fighting for a Team: Evidence From Experimental Pairwise Contests
Lingbo Huang and Zahra Murad.
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Discussion Paper Number: 07/2016
Incentives and Gender in a Multitask Setting: an Experimental Study with Real-Effort Tasks
Zahra Murad, Charitini Stavropoulou and Graham Cookson.
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Discussion Paper Number: 08/2017
Does Leadership Matter for Healthcare Service Quality? Evidence from NHS England
Zahra Murad, Veronica Veleanu and Shimaa Elkomy.
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Discussion Paper Number: 09/2018
Now you see it now you don’t: The effect of teaching style and seniority on gender bias in teaching evaluations
Nigel Burnell, Irina Cojuharenco and Zahra Murad.
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Discussion Paper Number: 10/2018
Understanding the research time allocations of academics and how it impacts career success
Nigel Burnell, Irina Cojuharenco and Zahra Murad

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Discussion Paper Number 11/2018
Labour Productivity and Skill Mix in Maternity Services: Evidence from the English NHS
Graham Cookson and Ioannis Laliotis
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Discussion Paper Number 12/2018
Strength in numbers; Does Horizontal Consolidation affect General Practice Performance in England? 
Jo Blanden and Nikos Chatzistamoulou

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Discussion Paper Number 13/2018
Consolidation, Quality and Economies of Scale in English General Practices 
Nikos Chatzistamoulou

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Discussion Paper Number 14/2018
The nexus between Productive Performance and Effectiveness in English General Practices under market status heterogeneity 
Nikos Chatzistamoulou

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