EuHEA Seminar Series spring 2021

EuHEA seminar series, every Thursday at 14:00. 

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Presenting April 22nd

Nikolaos Prodromidis: The Long-Term Effects of Hospital Deliveries in Sweden

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Chair: Ana Costa-Ramón

Discussant: Veronica Grembi

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This paper analyzes the long-term effects on mortality and socio-economic outcomes from being born in a maternity ward compared to home births.

We focus on two Swedish interventions that affected the costs of hospital deliveries and the supply of maternity wards during the 1926–46 period. Using exogenous variation from the supply of maternity wards to instrument the likelihood of giving birth in an institution, we find that giving birth in a maternity ward has substantial effects on later-life outcomes such as educational attainment and mortality.

We argue that a decrease in child morbidity from better treatment in the case of complications could be a likely explanation for the large gains from being born in a hospital. This interpretation is corroborated by evidence from primary school performance, which show a large reduction in the probability of performing in the left tail. In contrast to an immediate and large take-up in hospital deliveries as response to an increase in the supply of maternity wards, we find no increase in hospital births from the abolishment of fees – but instead some degree of displacement of high-SES parents.

More about: Nikolaos Prodromidis

Program

Dato Tema
11.2

Women in Distress: Mental Health and the COVID19 Pandemic

Emilia Barili, University of Genoa

18.2

Factors associated with lockdown opinions during the second national lockdown in France, attitudes toward the end-of year celebrations and the use of digital contact-tracing ‘TousAntiCovid’

Pauline Kergall, University of Montpellier

25.2

An App Call a Day Keeps the Patient Away? On the Substitution of Online and In-Person Doctor Consultations

Lina Maria Ellegård, University of Lund

4.3

Devil in the details: How urgency and costs influence the effects of cost-sharing on healthcare service consumption patterns

Michael Berger, Medical University of Vienna

11.3

Quality provision in hospital markets with demand inertia: The role of patient expectations

Luís Sá, University of Minho

18.3

Do the guidelines apply to me? - Patient information and physician agency in prenatal diagnostics

Nis Lydiksen, University of Southern Denmark

25.3

Do subsidized nursing homes and home care teams reduce hospital bed-blocking? Evidence from Portugal

Ana Moura, Tilburg University

Easter  
8.4

How Distorted Food Prices Discourage a Healthy Diet

Thijs van Rens, University of Warwick

15.4

Lifetime Healthcare Expenditures Across Socio-Economic Groups: Wiping Out the Gradient

Alexander Overdal Kjærsgaard Marin, University of Aarhus

22.4

The Long-Term Effects of Hospital Deliveries in Sweden

Nikolaos Prodromidis, University of Duisburg-Essen

29.4

The effect of pharmaceutical innovation on longevity: evidence from the U.S. and 39 countries

Frank Lichtenberg

6.5

Why is End-of-Life Spending So High? Evidence from Cancer Patients

Dan Zelter

13.5 No seminar
20.5

From each according to means, to each according to needs? Distributional effects of abolishing asset-based payments for residential care in Austria

Ricardo Rodrigues

27.5  
3.6  
10.6  
17.6  

Contact UiO: 

Kristi Brinkmann Lenander

EUHEA.eu 

In response to the cancellation of the in-person EuHEA 2020 conference in Oslo, the EuHEA Seminar Series was launched with the joint efforts of Oslo’s scientific committee, EuHEA and countries’ representatives. Invitation of seminar speakers was initially guided by review scores for papers submitted to the EuHEA 2020 conference in Oslo. The web-based seminars provided a venue for bringing together the Health Economics community for sharing and discussing research. Following the success of the virtual seminar series in fall 2020, seminars will continue in 2021.

 

Publisert 2. feb. 2021 15:00 - Sist endret 15. apr. 2021 15:24