This article has benefited from the comments of Peter Arcidiacono, Guy Arie, Pat Bayer, Jen Brown, Federico Bugni, Meghan Busse, David Dranove, Shane Greenstein, Paul Grieco, Ben Handel, Igal Hendel, Joe Hotz, Tom Hubbard, Kei Kawai, David Matsa, Michael Mazzeo, Aviv Nevo, Jason O'Connor, Frank Sloan, Andrew Sweeting, Mauricio Varela, Nic Ziebarth, and many seminar participants. We gratefully acknowledge research support from the Social Sciences Research Institute at Duke University, a Northwestern University Graduate Research Grant, and the Center for the Study of Industrial Organization. We especially thank Dr. William J. McDevitt and Dr. Edward Messing for providing invaluable background information about urology.
Market structure and gender disparity in health care: preferences, competition, and quality of care
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The RAND Journal of Economics
Volume 45, Issue 1, pages 116–139, Spring 2014
How to Cite
McDevitt, R. C. and Roberts, J. W. (2014), Market structure and gender disparity in health care: preferences, competition, and quality of care. The RAND Journal of Economics, 45: 116–139. doi: 10.1111/1756-2171.12044
- Issue online: 25 MAR 2014
- Version of Record online: 25 MAR 2014
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