ventelou bruno

ventelou bruno

Research professor


Téléphone : 33 6 62 16 61 75

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Pays : France

Type d'institution : University

Institution FEMISE : yes

Thèmes de recherche

  • Social Policies (Health Social Protection)
  • Governance and Institutions
  • Households
  • Climate Energy Ressources Biodiversity

Participation in FEMISE-funded research: %s

Publications récentes

1. Bourlès, R., Ventelou, B., & Woode, M. E. (2018). Child Income Appropriations as a Disease-Coping Mechanism: Consequences for the Health-Education Relationship. The Journal of Development Studies, 54(1), pp. 57-71.
2. Cortaredona, S., & Ventelou, B. (2017). The extra cost of comorbidity: multiple illnesses and the economic burden of non-communicable diseases. BMC Medicine, 15(1), 216.
3. Treibich, C., Lescher, S., Sagaon-Teyssier, L., and Ventelou, B. (2017). The expected and unexpected benefits of dispensing the exact number of pills, PLoS-ONE, 12(9) : e0184420.
4. Chanel, O., Paraponaris, A., Protière, C., & Ventelou, B. (2017). Take the Money and Run? Hypothetical Fee Variations and French GPs’ Labor Supply. Revue économique, 68(3), 357-377.
5. Nay, O., Béjean, S., Benamouzig, D., Bergeron, H., Castel, P., & Ventelou, B. (2016). Achieving universal health coverage in France: policy reforms and the challenge of inequalities. The Lancet, Vol. 387, No. 10034, p2236–2249, 28 May 2016.
6. Tchewonpi-Kankeu, H., & Ventelou, B. (2016). Socioeconomic inequalities in informal payments for health care: An assessment of the ‘Robin Hood’ hypothesis in 33 African countries. Social Science & Medicine, 151(February), 173-186.
7. Michel-Lepage, A., & Ventelou, B. (2016). The true impact of the French pay-for-performance program on physicians’ benzodiazepines prescription behavior. The European Journal of Health Economics, Jul;17(6):723-32.
8. Bousmah, Q., Ventelou, B., & Abu-Zaineh, M. (2016). Medicines and Democracy: The Importance of Institutional Quality in the Relationship between Health Expenditure and Health Outcomes in the MENA Region. Health Policy. Aug;120(8):928-35.