Pravin K. Trivedi

Affiliations: 
Economics Indiana University, Bloomington, Bloomington, IN, United States 
Area:
General Economics, Health Care Management, Statistics
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Deb P, Trivedi PK, Zimmer DM. (2014) Cost-offsets of prescription drug expenditures: data analysis via a copula-based bivariate dynamic hurdle model. Health Economics. 23: 1242-59
Hyppolite J, Trivedi P. (2012) Alternative approaches for econometric analysis of panel count data using dynamic latent class models (with application to doctor visits data). Health Economics. 21: 101-28
Munkin MK, Trivedi PK. (2010) Disentangling incentives effects of insurance coverage from adverse selection in the case of drug expenditure: a finite mixture approach. Health Economics. 19: 1093-108
Deb P, Trivedi PK. (2009) Provider networks and primary-care signups: do they restrict the use of medical services? Health Economics. 18: 1361-80
Deb P, Trivedi PK. (2006) Restrictions on provider access in health plans and socioeconomic status. Health Services Research. 41: 1821-46
Deb P, Li C, Trivedi PK, et al. (2006) The effect of managed care on use of health care services: results from two contemporaneous household surveys. Health Economics. 15: 743-60
Deb P, Trivedi PK. (2006) Specification and simulated likelihood estimation of a non-normal treatment-outcome model with selection: Application to health care utilization Econometrics Journal. 9: 307-331
Deb P, Munkin MK, Trivedi PK. (2006) Bayesian analysis of the two-part model with endogeneity: Application to health care expenditure Journal of Applied Econometrics. 21: 1081-1099
Deb P, Trivedi PK. (2002) The structure of demand for health care: latent class versus two-part models. Journal of Health Economics. 21: 601-25
Gurmu S, Trivedi PK. (1993) Variable augmentation specification tests in the exponential family Econometric Theory. 9: 94-113
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