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household income, socio-demographic factors, and private health insurance factors in both Japan and the USA. Using these two … rises, households have a positive effect on purchasing health insurance as a normal good. Another similarity between the two … pure health issuance characteristics, an increase in premium of health insurance policies cause individuals to substitute …
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paper analysis poverty and health status during pre-reforms and post-reforms periods and compare them to find out that … during which period the decrease in poverty and the increase in health status are better. For the analysis of poverty, people … living below poverty line and for health status analysis life expectancy at birth and infant mortality are used in this study. …
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The paper assesses the causal relationship between formal volunteering and individual health. The econometric analysis … relationship between formal volunteering and self-perceived health. …
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health care and Rajiv Aryogyasri (RAS), a health insurance scheme to cover the catastrophic health expenditure of BPL …
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The study estimates calories, proteins and fats-income elasticities in sub Saharan Africa (SSA). Annual time series data for 43 countries covering 1975-2009 that yields a balanced panel was employed for the analysis. The nutrient-income elasticities are estimated based on the aggregate Engel...
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Over the past decade, Portugal has experienced imbalances and inefficiencies in the public sector that have impeded better economic performance. Though Portugal’s total spending as a proportion of GDP is somewhat below the EU average, the rapid and uncontrolled growth of its primary current...
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This paper employs an applied econometric study concerning forecasting spot prices in bulk shipping in both markets of tankers and bulk carriers in a disaggregated level. This research is essential, as spot market is one of the most volatile markets and there is a great uncertainty about the...
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The Least-Squares Monte Carlo model (LSM model) has emerged as the derivative valuation technique with the greatest impact in current practice. As with other options valuation models, the LSM algorithm was initially posited in the field of financial derivatives and its extension to the realm of...
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The Least-Squares Monte Carlo model (LSM model) has emerged as the derivative valuation technique with the greatest impact in current practice. As with other options valuation models, the LSM algorithm was initially posited in the field of financial derivatives and its extension to the realm of...
Persistent link: https://www.econbiz.de/10011560802
This paper employs an applied econometric study concerning forecasting spot prices in bulk shipping in both markets of tankers and bulk carriers in a disaggregated level. This research is essential, as spot market is one of the most volatile markets and there is a great uncertainty about the...
Persistent link: https://www.econbiz.de/10010486463