Philip Clarke

University of Sydney - School of Public Health

University of Sydney

Sydney NSW 2006

Australia

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

5

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164

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6

Scholarly Papers (5)

1.

The Bias of the Gini Coefficient Due to Grouping: Revisiting First-Order Corrections

Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper No. 08-095/3
Number of pages: 49 Posted: 13 Oct 2008
Tom Van Ourti and Philip Clarke
Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR) and University of Sydney - School of Public Health
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Gini index, grouped data, measurement error, first-order correction

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Correcting the Bias in the Concentration Index When Income is Grouped

Netspar Discussion Paper No. 01/2009-004
Number of pages: 35 Posted: 19 Nov 2009
Philip Clarke and Tom Van Ourti
University of Sydney - School of Public Health and Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR)
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concentration index, errors-in-variables, instrumental variables, categorical data, first-order correction

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'Mirror, Mirror, on the Wall, Who in this Land is Fairest of All?' Distributional Sensitivity in the Measurement of Socioeconomic Inequality of Health

Netspar Discussion Paper No. 08/2011-074
Number of pages: 49 Posted: 31 Aug 2011
Guido Erreygers, Philip Clarke and Tom Van Ourti
University of Antwerp, University of Sydney - School of Public Health and Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR)
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health inequality, socioeconomic inequality, extended concentration index, distributional sensitivity, small-sample bias

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Does Socioeconomic Health Inequality Change as the Population Ages? Evidence from Swedish Panel Data

iHEA 2007 6th World Congress: Explorations in Health Economics Paper
Posted: 20 Jun 2007
Lund University - Faculty of Medicine, Lund University - Faculty of Medicine, University of Sydney - School of Public Health and Karolinska Institutet

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aging of population, health inequality, concentration index, decomposition, panel data

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Can Self-Assessed Quality of Life Using the Eq-5d Be Used for Risk Prediction in Patients With Type 2 Diabetes?

Posted: 11 Jun 2007
University of Sydney - School of Public Health, University of Sydney - School of Public Health, University of Oxford - Department of Primary Care, The University of Sydney - NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre and The University of Sydney - NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre

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Diabetes, EQ-5D, Quality of Life