Grossman Model Of Health Demand
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Grossman model of health demand
(1 days ago) The Grossman model of health demand is a model for studying the demand for health and medical care outlined by Michael Grossman in a monograph in 1972 entitled: The demand for health: A theoretical and empirical investigation. The model based demand for medical care on the interaction between a … See more
The Demand for Health Columbia University Press
(5 days ago) WebA seminal work in health economics first published in 1972, Michael Grossman's The Demand for Health introduced a new theoretical model for determining the health status of the population. His work uniquely …
The Grossman model after 40 years SpringerLink
(9 days ago) WebThe demand for health: an empirical test of the Grossman model using panel data. In: Zweifel, P. (ed.) Health, the medical profession, and regulation, developments in health economics and public policy, vol. …
The demand for health: an empirical test of the Grossman model …
(1 days ago) WebGrossman derives the demand for health from an optimal control model in which health capital is both a consumption and an investment good. In his approach, the individual …
Grossman's Missing Health Threshold - PMC - National Center for
(3 days ago) WebIn Grossman's human capital framework individuals demand medical care (e.g., invest time and consume medical goods and services) for the consumption benefits (health provides …
The Human Capital Model of the Demand for Health NBER
(3 days ago) WebThe Human Capital Model of the Demand for Health Michael Grossman Working Paper 7078 DOI 10.3386/w7078 Issue Date April 1999 This paper contains a detailed treatment of the human capital model of the demand for health. Theoretical predictions are discussed, and theoretical extensions are reviewed.
The Grossman model after 40 years - PubMed
(1 days ago) WebThis editorial presents a critical review of the health model pioneered by Michael Grossman (MGM) in 1972 . It argues that whereas the MGM has great charm for economists, it fails to achieve acceptance by interested laypersons and policy makers.