Terje P. Hagen
Terje P. Hagen
Professor, Department of Health Management and Health Economics, University of Oslo
Verifisert e-postadresse på medisin.uio.no
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The effect of activity-based financing on hospital efficiency: a panel data analysis of DEA efficiency scores 1992–2000
E Biørn, TP Hagen, T Iversen, J Magnussen
Health care management science 6, 271-283, 2003
The Norwegian hospital reform of 2002: central government takes over ownership of public hospitals
TP Hagen, OM Kaarbøe
Health policy 76 (3), 320-333, 2006
Kommunal organisering: effektivitet, styring og demokrati
TP Hagen, RJ Sørensen
Universitetsforl., 2006
Political characteristics, institutional procedures and fiscal performance: Panel data analyses of Norwegian local governments, 1991–1998
TP Hagen, SI Vabo
European Journal of Political Research 44 (1), 43-64, 2005
Centralized or decentralized? A case study of Norwegian hospital reform
J Magnussen, TP Hagen, OM Kaarboe
Social science & medicine 64 (10), 2129-2137, 2007
Sex-based differences in premature first myocardial infarction caused by smoking: twice as many years lost by women as by men
M Grundtvig, TP Hagen, M German, Å Reikvam
European Journal of Preventive Cardiology 16 (2), 174-179, 2009
Cost of extracorporeal membrane oxygenation: evidence from the Rikshospitalet University Hospital, Oslo, Norway
V Mishra, JL Svennevig, JF Bugge, S Andresen, A Mathisen, H Karlsen, ...
European journal of cardio-thoracic surgery 37 (2), 339-342, 2010
Health care priority setting in Norway a multicriteria decision analysis
T Defechereux, F Paolucci, A Mirelman, S Youngkong, G Botten, ...
BMC health services research 12, 1-7, 2012
Do hospital mergers increase hospital efficiency? Evidence from a National Health Service country
L Kjekshus, T Hagen
Journal of health services research & policy 12 (4), 230-235, 2007
Trends and variation in mild disability and functional limitations among older adults in Norway, 1986–2008
JO Moe, TP Hagen
European journal of ageing 8, 49-61, 2011
The Norwegian health care system
P Van den Noord, T Hagen, T Iversen
OECD, 1998
Deficits, soft budget constraints and bailouts: Budgeting after the Norwegian hospital reform
T Tjerbo, TP Hagen
Scandinavian Political Studies 32 (3), 337-358, 2009
Are waiting times for hospital admissions affected by patients' choices and mobility?
Å Ringard, TP Hagen
BMC health services research 11 (1), 1-9, 2011
How different are hospitals’ responses to a financial reform? The impact on efficiency of activity-based financing
E Biørn, TP Hagen, T Iversen, J Magnussen
Health care management science 13, 1-16, 2010
Reimbursement systems, organisational forms and patient selection: evidence from day surgery in Norway
PE Martinussen, TP Hagen
Health Economics, Policy and Law 4 (2), 139-158, 2009
Excess all-cause mortality and COVID-19-related mortality: a temporal analysis in 22 countries, from January until August 2020
S Achilleos, A Quattrocchi, J Gabel, A Heraclides, O Kolokotroni, ...
International journal of epidemiology 51 (1), 35-53, 2022
Physicians’ engagement in dual practices and the effects on labor supply in public hospitals: results from a register-based study
KA Johannessen, TP Hagen
BMC health services research 14 (1), 1-11, 2014
Agenda setting power and moral hazard in principal‐agent relationships: Evidence from hospital budgeting in Norway
TP Hagen
European journal of political research 31 (3), 287-314, 1997
Assessing physician productivity following Norwegian hospital reform: A panel and data envelopment analysis
KA Johannessen, SAC Kittelsen, TP Hagen
Social Science & Medicine 175, 117-126, 2017
Continuity of care and its effect on readmissions for COPD patients: a comparative study of Norway and Germany
JO Swanson, V Vogt, L Sundmacher, TP Hagen, TA Moger
Health Policy 122 (7), 737-745, 2018
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