Demand for Health e-book
by M. Grossman
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 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 demand function for health and a production function for health. Andrew Jones, Nigel Rice, and Paul Contoyannis call the model the "founding father of demand for health models".
Robert Michael, University of Chicago). The Demand for Health revolutionized economists’ theorizing about health. Arleen A. Leibowitz, University of California, Los Angeles). Victor Fuchs, Stanford University)
This book is a terrific chance for those inside and outside the field to reflect on Grossman's many accomplishments. Jonathan Gruber, Massachusetts Institute of Technology).
Ships from and sold by PLANET BOOKS. This book is a terrific chance for those inside and outside the field to reflect on Grossman's many accomplishments. Michael Grossman is one of the founders of the field of health economics, who has contributed enormously to our understanding of the demand for health, the relationship between education and health, determinants of infant health, and the economics of risky health behaviors.
The demand for health and medical care is analysed within a generalised Grossman-type health investment model. Its underlying assumptions are shown to differ from those employed earlier in a manner which avoids some of the criticisms levelled at Grossman's model. The comparative static predictions of the generalised model are examined; and it is demonstrated that most previous health investment models are derivable from it. Also, the present model is applicable to a new, wider range of problems thus increasing the scope of economic explanations of health behaviour.
Grossman, M. (1972a), The Demand for Health: A Theoretical and Empirical Investigation, New York: Columbia University Press. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. 1979), Sample Selection Bias as a Specification Error, in: Econometrica, 47:153–161.
The demand for health is somewhat more complicated than the demand for a typical product. Here, the individual demands health and not health care. The demand for health care is, therefore, a derived demand. This was first discussed by Michael Grossman in 1972. The amount of health care demanded is sometimes measured by the quantity of services used, such as inpatient days, outpatient visits, or prescriptions. More often, it is measured by the total cost of all these services.
A seminal work in health economics, Michael Grossman’s The Demand for Health, introduced a new theoretical model for determining the health status of the population when first published in 1972. It is well past time to bring this important work back into print.
The demand for health: a theoretical and empirical investigation. The demand for cocaine by young adults: a rational addiction approach. M Grossman, FJ Chaloupka. Columbia University Press, 2017. An empirical analysis of cigarette addiction. GS Becker, M Grossman, KM Murphy. An economic analysis of adult obesity: results from the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System. SY Chou, M Grossman, H Saffer. Journal of health economics 23 (3), 565-587, 2004. Journal of Health Economics 17 (4), 427-474, 1998.
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