Ge Ge

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Visiting address Forskningsveien 3A Harald Schjelderups hus 0373 Oslo
Postal address Postboks 1089 Blindern 0317 Oslo

Academic interests

My research primarily focuses on individual decision-making in healthcare sectors. I combine experimental economic methods and structural stochastic choice models to study and predict behavior. I am also interested in empirical research on public policies, utilizing large register data and a range of microeconometric methods. 

Background

  • Visiting Fellow, Geary Institute for Public Policy, University College Dublin, 2022
  • Ph.D. in Health Economics, University of Oslo, 2021
  • M.Phil. in Economics, University of Oslo, 2016  
  • Exchange Postgraduate, Faculty of Business and Economics, University of Melbourne, 2014
  • B.A. in Economics, University of Oslo, 2013
  • Exchange Undergraduate, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2013

Awards

  • The best student paper at the 39th Nordic Health Economists' Study Group meeting, 2018
  • The best master’s thesis in the open category at the Department of Economics, UiO, 2016

Grants

  • Telenor Master Grants Economics, Telenor research, 50 000 NOK, 2014

Teaching

  • HECON4000 - Basic Mathematics for Health Economists
  • HFIN4210 - Finance and Investment

Positions held

  • 2012 – 2014: Research assistant, Department of Economics, University of Oslo

Publications

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  • Ge, Ge & Godager, Geir (2019). A Quantal Response Equilibrium Choice Model.
  • Ge, Ge & Godager, Geir (2019). A Quantal Response Equilibrium Choice Model.
  • Ge, Ge & Godager, Geir (2019). A Quantal Response Equilibrium Choice Model.
  • Ge, Ge & Godager, Geir (2018). Markets and Rationality.
  • Ge, Ge & Godager, Geir (2018). Markets and rationality.
  • Ge, Ge & Godager, Geir (2018). Markets and rationality .
  • Cheo, Roland; Ge, Ge; Godager, Geir; Wang, Jian; Wang, Qiqi & Liu, Rugang (2017). The effect of a mystery shopper program on prescriptions in primary care: Results from a field experiment.
  • Ge, Ge; Godager, Geir; Wang, Jian & Wiesen, Daniel (2017). Pysicians' preferences under demand-side cost sharing.
  • Godager, Geir; Cheo, Roland; Ge, Ge; Liu, Rugang; Wang, Qiqi & Wang, Jian (2016). The Effect of a Mystery Shopper Program on Prescription in Primary Care: Results from a Field Experiment in China.
  • Ge, Ge; Cheo, Roland; Godager, Geir; Liu, Rugang; Wang, Qiqi & Wang, Jian (2016). Gender Differences in Antibiotic Prescriptions of Primary Health Providers in China.
  • Ge, Ge & Godager, Geir (2021). Essays in experimental health economics. University of Oslo. Full text in Research Archive
  • Kaarbøe, Oddvar Martin; Lindén, Tord Skogedal; Ervik, Rune; Holmås, Tor Helge; Iversen, Tor & Holter, Marianne Therese Smogeli [Show all 7 contributors for this article] (2021). Evaluering av fritt behandlingsvalg. Universitetet i Oslo.
  • Ge, Ge; Godager, Geir & Wang, Jian (2019). Do physicians care about patients’ utility? Evidence from an experimental study of treatment choices under demand-side cost sharing. Universitetet i Oslo. ISSN 978-82-7756-266-7. 2019(2).
  • Cheo, Roland; Ge, Ge; Godager, Geir; Liu, Rugang; Wang, Qiqi & Wang, Jian (2018). The effect of a mystery shopper scheme on prescriptions in primary care. universitetet i oslo. ISSN 978‐82‐7756‐262‐9. 2018(1).

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