Rodrigo Moreno-Serra
Rodrigo Moreno-Serra
Centre for Health Economics, University of York
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Death by market power: reform, competition, and patient outcomes in the National Health Service
M Gaynor, R Moreno-Serra, C Propper
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 5 (4), 134-166, 2013
Does progress towards universal health coverage improve population health?
R Moreno-Serra, PC Smith
The Lancet 380 (9845), 917-923, 2012
System-wide impacts of hospital payment reforms: evidence from Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia
R Moreno-Serra, A Wagstaff
Journal of health economics 29 (4), 585-602, 2010
Broader health coverage is good for the nation’s health: evidence from country level panel data
R Moreno-Serra, PC Smith
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series A: Statistics in Society 178 …, 2015
Europe and central Asia's great post-communist social health insurance experiment: Aggregate impacts on health sector outcomes
A Wagstaff, R Moreno-Serra
Journal of health economics 28 (2), 322-340, 2009
Towards improved measurement of financial protection in health
R Moreno-Serra, C Millett, PC Smith
PLoS medicine 8 (9), e1001087, 2011
The impact of user charges on health outcomes in low-income and middle-income countries: a systematic review
VM Qin, T Hone, C Millett, R Moreno-Serra, B McPake, R Atun, JT Lee
BMJ Global Health 3 (Suppl 3), e001087, 2019
Can competition improve outcomes in UK health care? Lessons from the past two decades
M Gaynor, R Moreno-Serra, C Propper
Journal of health services research & policy 17 (1_suppl), 49-54, 2012
Potential determinants of health system efficiency: Evidence from Latin America and the Caribbean
R Moreno-Serra, M Anaya-Montes, PC Smith
PLoS One 14 (5), e0216620, 2019
The impact of cost-containment policies on health expenditure: evidence from recent OECD experiences
R Moreno-Serra
OECD Journal on Budgeting 13 (3), 1-29, 2014
In defence of our research on competition in England's National Health Service
N Bloom, Z Cooper, M Gaynor, S Gibbons, S Jones, A McGuire, ...
The Lancet 378 (9809), 2064-2065, 2011
The drivers of public health spending: Integrating policies and institutions
C De la Maisonneuve, R Moreno-Serra, F Murtin, J Oliveira Martins
OECD Economics Department Working Paper, 2016
The role of policy and institutions on health spending
C de la Maisonneuve, R Moreno‐Serra, F Murtin, J Oliveira Martins
Health Economics 26 (7), 834-843, 2017
The effects of health coverage on population outcomes: a country-level panel data analysis
R Moreno-Serra, P Smith
Results for development institute working paper. Washington, DC: Results for …, 2011
Social health insurance and labor market outcomes: Evidence from central and eastern Europe, and central Asia
A Wagstaff, R Moreno-Serra
Innovations in health system finance in developing and transitional …, 2009
Addressing recall bias in (post-) conflict data collection and analysis: lessons from a large-scale health survey in Colombia
R Moreno-Serra, M Anaya-Montes, S León-Giraldo, O Bernal
Conflict and health 16 (1), 14, 2022
Europe and Central Asia's great post-communist social health insurance experiment: impacts on health sector and labor market outcomes
A Wagstaff, R Moreno-Serra
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper, 2007
Estimating heterogeneous policy impacts using causal machine learning: a case study of health insurance reform in Indonesia
N Kreif, K DiazOrdaz, R Moreno-Serra, A Mirelman, T Hidayat, M Suhrcke
Health Services and Outcomes Research Methodology, 1-36, 2022
The impact of civil conflict on child health: Evidence from Colombia
N Kreif, A Mirelman, M Suhrcke, G Buitrago, R Moreno-Serra
Economics & Human Biology 44, 101074, 2022
Health programme evaluation by propensity score matching: Accounting for treatment intensity and health externalities with an application to Brazil
R Moreno-Serra
Göttingen: Verein für Socialpolitik, Ausschuss für Entwicklungsländer, 2008
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