PUBLICATIONS BY RESEARCH AREA
 “Do you have to win it to fix it? A longitudinal study of lottery winners and their health care demand” (with Joan Costa-Font & Nick Powdthavee). American Journal of Health Economics, Accepted.
 “Longitudinal evidence for a midlife nadir in human well-being: results from four data sets” (with Nick Powdthavee & Andrew Oswald). Economic Journal, 127(559), 126-142. 2017.
 “One man’s blessing, another woman’s curse? Family factors and the gender-earnings gap of doctors” (with Stefanie Schurer et al) Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society, 55: 385–414. 2016.
 “Attrition bias in panel data: a sheep in wolf’s clothing? A case study based on the MABEL survey“. (with Pravin Trivedi). Health Economics, 24(9), 1101-1117. 2015.
 Book Review: “Moral Hazard in Health Insurance”, by Amy Finkelstein (Columbia University Press, New York, 2014), pp. 160. Economic Record, 91(295), 537-539. 2015.
 “Measuring the effects of reducing subsidies for private insurance on public expenditure for health care” Journal of Health Economics 33, 159-179. 2014.
 “Hospital utilisation in mixed public-private system: Evidence from Australian hospital data” (with Alfons Palangkaraya & Jongsay Yong), Applied Economics 46(8), 859-870. 2014.
 “What factors influence the earnings of GPs and medical specialists? Evidence from the MABEL survey” (with Tony Scott et al), Health Economics 21(11), 1300-1317. 2012.
Health Policy & Multidisciplinary Journals
 “Cream skimming and hospital transfers in a mixed public-private system” (with John Haisken-DeNew & Jongsay Yong). Social Science and Medicine, 132, 156-164. 2015
 “Changes in doctors’ working hours: a longitudinal analysis” (with Catherine Joyce & Wei Wang). Medicare Care Research and Review, 72(5), 605-621. 2015
 “An empirical analysis of public & private practice by medical specialists in Australia” (with Catherine Joyce & Tony Scott), Health Policy 111(1), 43-51. 2013.
RESEARCH IN PROGRESS
“Public, private, both? Analysing factors influencing the labour supply of medical specialists“. (with Guyonne Kalb & Tony Scott). Latest version – November 2016 (Revisions resubmitted at the Canadian Journal of Economics)
What factors affect doctors’ hours decisions? Comparing structural discrete choice and reduced-form approaches” (with Guyonne Kalb et al). Melbourne Institute Working Paper 10/15. (Revisions requested at Health Economics)
Mortality reductions from increased public health care expenditure: a role for instrumental mean and quantile estimates (with Laura Edney et al) (Email for draft)
Health shocks and household expenditures: Early insights from the Singapore Life Panel (with Rhema Vaithianathan & Jing Li). (Email for draft)
Professional networks in the medical labour market (with Kevin Staub)
Selection stories in duplicate insurance markets