Albert A. Okunade

Affiliations: 
Economics The University of Memphis, Memphis, TN, United States 
Area:
Commerce-Business Economics, Health Care Management, Rehabilitation and Therapy
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Murthy VNR, Okunade AA. (2016) Determinants of U.S. health expenditure: Evidence from autoregressive distributed lag (ARDL) approach to cointegration Economic Modelling. 59: 67-73
Nianogo T, Okunade AA. (2015) Comparing and decomposing the determinants of multiple health outcomes in southern and northeastern US states using county data Journal of Pharmaceutical Health Services Research. 6: 207-217
Amis JM, Hussey A, Okunade AA. (2014) Adolescent obesity, educational attainment and adult earnings Applied Economics Letters. 21: 945-950
Murthy VNR, Okunade AA. (2014) Population health status and economic growth in Chinese provinces: Some policy implications Applied Economics Letters. 21: 377-382
Lubiani GG, Okunade AA. (2014) Quality-adjusted output cost economies of US adult versus paediatric physical therapy production Applied Economics Letters. 21: 6-12
Lubiani GG, Okunade AA. (2013) Production cost structure in US outpatient physical therapy health care. Health Economics. 22: 212-23
Wunnava PV, Okunade AA. (2013) Do business executives give more to their alma mater? Longitudinal evidence from a large university American Journal of Economics and Sociology. 72: 761-778
Karakus MC, Okunade AA. (2012) Obesity, Depression, and Employment Related Outcomes Among Workers Near Retirement Ageing International. 37: 238-253
Benson DA, Lies AK, Okunade AA, et al. (2011) Economic impact of a private sector micro-financing scheme in South Dakota Small Business Economics. 36: 157-168
Okunade AA, Suraratdecha C, Benson DA. (2010) Determinants of Thailand household healthcare expenditure: the relevance of permanent resources and other correlates. Health Economics. 19: 365-76
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