"Health Policies" Research Group
The Health Policies research group, currently under development, aims to host research studying different aspects of the implementation of health and public health policies. Particular interest is given to organizational issues in public policy. Attention is also given to the digital revolution and the management of new health data.
This research group aims to report on the proliferation of evaluations of health policies and instruments, both nationally and internationally. The aim is to encourage a sensible and evidenced-based dialogue on practices and methods developed in France and abroad, particularly those within the University of Paris and at LIEPP.
Researchers in this group represent different disciplines, including sociology and political science, but epidemiology and economics are also involved. The research work of the group thus contributes to collective reflection on the evaluation of public policies, alongside public and private institutions, associations and academic circles specialized in the analysis of health policies.
associated research projects
Publications of the research group:
- Daniel BENAMOUZIG, A sociological checklist for assessing environmental health risks, (avec Olivier Borraz, Jean-Noël Jouzel et Danielle Salomon), LIEPP Working Paper, n°21, 2014
- Daniel BENAMOUZIG, Les indicateurs qualité et l’intégration bureaucratique de l’hôpital (avec Magali Robelet), LIEPP Working Paper, nº20, 2014
- Henri BERGERON, When frames (don't) matter : querying the relationship between ideas and policies, (avec Patrick Castel et Abigail Saguy), LIEPP Working Paper, n°18, 2014
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Research group recent events
Publications of the Research Group
- Mark STABILE, Sarah THOMSON, The Changing Role of Government in Financing Health Care: An International Perspective LIEPP Working Paper n°26, mai 2014
- Hugo BERTILLOT, Quand l’évaluation modifie les institutions : Comment l’hôpital est transformé par les indicateurs qualité , LIEPP Policy Brief n°20, septembre 2015
- Léa TOULEMON, Laurent DAVEZIES, Does moving to a system with more generous public health insurance increase medical care consumption? LIEPP Working Paper n°37, February 2015
- Etienne NOUGUEZ, Solenne CAROF, At the Boundaries of Food and Medicine: The Genesis and Transformation of the ‘Functional Food’ Markets in France and Europe LIEPP Working Paper n°90, Septembre 2019
- Sophie DUBUISSON-QUELLIER, Benoît GRANIER Comment inciter les entreprises à afficher les impacts environnementaux sur les produits de grande consommation ? LIEPP Policy Brief, n°40, avril 2019
- Henri BERGERON, Patrick CASTEL, Etienne NOUGUEZ An ungovernable tool of government? The problematic use of labels in public health policies LIEPP Working Paper n°106, February 2020
- Thomas RAPP, ROLLAND, Y., NEDA TAVASSOLI, N., SOUTO BARRETO, P., PERRIN, A., LAFFON DE MAZIERES, C., HERMABESSIERES, S., TOURNAY, E., VELLAS, B., ANDRIEU, S. Systematic dementia screening by multidisciplinary team meetings in nursing homes for reducing emergency department transfers: the IDEM cluster-randomised controlled trial JAMA network Open 2020 3(2) , p. 1-13 2020
- Thomas RAPP, BUSSIERE, C. SIRVEN, N., SEVILLA DEDIEU, C. Adherence to medical follow-up recommendations reduces hospital admissions: Evidence from diabetic patients in France. Accepted for publication Health Economics 29 (2) 2020
- Thomas RAPP, CHAUVIN, P, BELLANGER, M, SIRVEN, N, Heterogeneity in Drug Recommendation Compliance: Evidence from France of a Gender Bias in the Treatment of Alzheimer’s Patients Journal de gestion et d'économie de la santé 2020/2 (2), p. 93-109 2020
- Thomas RAPP, SICSIC, J., RAVESTEJIN, B Are frail elderly people in Europe high-need subjects? First evidence from the SPRINTT data. Health Policy Volume 124, Issue 8, p. 865-872, August 2020
- Thomas RAPP, SICSIC, J., The contribution of the immigrant population to the US long-term care workforce Social Science and Medicine Volume 263, October 2020
- Thomas RAPP, ROQUEBERT, Q., SICSIC, J., SANTOS-EGGIMANN, B. et al. Frailty, Sarcopenia and Long Term Care Utilization In Older Populations: A Systematic Review The Journal of Frailty & Aging 2021
- Thomas RAPP, ROQUEBERT, Q., SICSIC, J., et al. Health measures and long-term care use in the European frail population The European Journal of Health Economics 22, p. 405–423 2021
- Thomas RAPP, RONCHETTI, J., SICSIC, J. Are long-term care jobs harmful? Evidence from Germany The European Journal of Health Economics Accepted for publication, 2021
- Thomas RAPP, MCHUGH, J., MOTAMASUR, S., MOR, V. Higher Hospital Referral Concentration Associated with Lower Risk Patients in Skilled Nursing Facilities Health Services Research Accepted for publication, 2021
- Thomas RAPP, Jérôme RONCHETTI, Jonathan SICSIC Are long-term care jobs harmful? Evidence from Germany The European Journal of Health Economics avril 2021