Ge Ge

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Visiting address Forskningsveien 3A Harald Schjelderups hus 0373 Oslo
Postal address Postboks 1089 Blindern 0317 Oslo
Other affiliations Faculty of Educational Sciences (Student)

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

  • Ge, Ge; Godager, Geir & Wang, Jian (2022). Exploring physician agency under demand-side cost sharing—An experimental approach. Health Economics. ISSN 1057-9230. 31(6), p. 1202–1227. doi: 10.1002/hec.4489. Full text in Research Archive
  • Ge, Ge & Godager, Geir (2021). Predicting strategic medical choices: An application of a quantal response equilibrium choice model. Journal of Choice Modelling. ISSN 1755-5345. 39, p. 1–14. doi: 10.1016/j.jocm.2021.100282. Full text in Research Archive
  • Cheo, Roland; Ge, Ge; Godager, Geir; Liu, Rugang; Wang, Jian & Wang, Qiqi (2020). The effect of a mystery shopper scheme on prescribing behavior in primary care: Results from a field experiment. Health Economics Review. ISSN 2191-1991. 10(33). doi: 10.1186/s13561-020-00290-z. Full text in Research Archive

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  • Ge, Ge & Godager, Geir (2022). Imperfect quality competition in regulated health care markets.
  • Ge, Ge (2021). Predicting strategic medical choices: An application of 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 (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.
  • 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 (2021). Essays in experimental health economics. University of Oslo. Full text in Research Archive
  • 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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