Browsing publications by Professor Michael Jones-Lee

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Professor Susan Chilton
Professor Michael Jones-Lee
Rebecca McDonald
Dr Hugh Metcalf
Does the WTA/WTP Ratio Diminish as the Severity of a Health Complaint is Reduced? Testing for Smoothness of the Underlying Utility of Wealth Function2012
Dr Rachel Baker
Professor Susan Chilton
Professor Cam Donaldson
Professor Michael Jones-Lee
Dr Emily Lancsar
et al.
Searchers vs surveyors in estimating the monetary value of a QALY: resolving a nasty dilemma for NICE2011
Professor Cam Donaldson
Dr Rachel Baker
Dr Helen Mason
Professor Michael Jones-Lee
Dr Emily Lancsar
et al.
The social value of a QALY: raising the bar or barring the raise?2011
Dr Jytte Seested Nielsen
Professor Susan Chilton
Professor Michael Jones-Lee
Dr Hugh Metcalf
How would you like your gain in life expectancy to be provided? An experimental approach2010
Dr Jytte Seested Nielsen
Professor Susan Chilton
Professor Michael Jones-Lee
Dr Hugh Metcalf
How would you like your gain in Life Expectancy to be provided? An experimental approach.2010
Dr Jytte Seested Nielsen
Professor Susan Chilton
Professor Michael Jones-Lee
Dr Hugh Metcalf
How would you like your gain in Life Expectancy to be provided?An experimental approach2010
Professor Michael Jones-Lee
Responsibility, scale and the valuation of rail safety2010
Dr Rachel Baker
Professor Cam Donaldson
Professor Michael Jones-Lee
Dr Emily Lancsar
Professor Graham Loomes
et al.
Weighting and valuing quality-adjusted life-years using stated preference methods: preliminary results from the Social Value of a QALY Project2010
Professor Susan Chilton
Professor Michael Jones-Lee
Rebecca McDonald
Dr Hugh Metcalf
Willingness to Pay, Willingness to Accept and “Smooth vs Kinked” Utility of Wealth Functions: An Empirical Test of a Theoretical Debate2010
Dr Jytte Seested Nielsen
Professor Susan Chilton
Professor Michael Jones-Lee
Dr Hugh Metcalf
How do you prefer your gain in life expectancy to be delivered? An experimental approach linking hypothetical and incentivised choices2009
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