Revisiting “big questions” of public administration after COVID-19: a systematic review
- Ting-An-Xu Liu, G. Wightman, E. Lee, J. Hunter
- Political ScienceAsia Pacific Journal of Public Administration
- 3 July 2021
What the authors now know about governments, citizens, and civil society as a result of this pandemic is summarized in a systematic review of 188 articles using the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses (PRISMA) guidelines.
Evaluating health planning: empirical evidence on HSA regulation of prepaid group practices.
- W. Brandon, E. Lee
- MedicineJournal of Health Politics Policy and Law
- 20 March 1984
Data collected during the period of extensive HSA regulation of HMOs seem to justify the current policy that gives HSAs only very limited authority over H MOs.
How Does Extending Public Health Insurance Affect Hospitalizations? The Case of CHIP Expansions for Children
It is found that overall hospitalization rates increased by 3.2 percent in response to a 10 percentage point increase in eligibility for public health insurance coverage, and that the coverage expansions increased intensity of care overall in terms of the number of procedures performed and length of stays.
Testing the anti-regulatory arguments of the market reformers: new data on the HMO-HSA relationship.
- W. Brandon, E. Lee, M. Segal
- MedicineJournal of Health and Human Resources…
Market Efficiency Test Of Australian Options Market Using Put Call Parity Analysis
- E. Lee
Title: Market efficiency test of Australian Options Market using put call parity analysis. Author: Lee Eng Kiang, Peter The aims of this thesis is twofold. The primary objective is to test the market…