Healthcare consumption after a change in health insurance coverage: a French quasi-natural experiment
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- Christine Sevilla-Dedieu & Nathalie Billaudeau & Alain Paraponaris, 2020. "Healthcare consumption after a change in health insurance coverage: a French quasi-natural experiment," Post-Print hal-02879319, HAL.
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KeywordsComplementary health insurance; Moral hazard; Healthcare consumption; Longitudinal data; Exact matching; Difference-in-differences;
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