Benefit-incidence analysis: are government health expenditures more pro-rich than we think?

Abstract

Authors of benefit-incidence analyses (BIA) have to impute subsidies using assumptions about the relationship between unobserved subsidies 'captured' by the household and what can be observed at the household and aggregate levels. This paper shows that one of the two assumptions used in BIA studies to date will necessarily produce a more pro-rich (or less… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/hec.1727

Topics

Statistics

01020201520162017
Citations per Year

Citation Velocity: 9

Averaging 9 citations per year over the last 3 years.

Learn more about how we calculate this metric in our FAQ.
  • Presentations referencing similar topics