Browsing All of EconStor by Author Salm, Martin

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2006 Can subjective mortality expectations and stated preferences explain varying consumption and saving behaviors among the elderly?Salm, Martin
2007 The effect of pensions on longevity: evidence from Union Army veteransSalm, Martin
2008 The role of childhood health for the intergenerational transmission of human capital: evidence from administrative dataSalm, Martin; Schunk, Daniel
2009 Does schooling affect health behavior? Evidence from the educational expansion in Western GermanyJürges, Hendrik; Reinhold, Steffen; Salm, Martin
2009 Does job loss cause ill health?Salm, Martin
2013 Does everyone use probabilities? Intuitive and rational decisions about stockholdingBinswanger, Johannes; Salm, Martin
2014 Individual Perceptions of Local Crime RiskSalm, Martin; Vollaard, Ben
2015 Do Hospitals Respond to Increasing Prices by Supplying Fewer Services?Salm, Martin; Wübker, Ansgar
2015 Do hospitals respond to increasing prices by supplying fewer services?Salm, Martin; Wübker, Ansgar
2017 Causes of regional variation in healthcare utilization in GermanySalm, Martin; Wübker, Ansgar
2018 Does the Framing of Patient Cost-Sharing Incentives Matter? The Effects of Deductibles vs. No-Claim RefundsHayen, Arthur P.; Klein, Tobias J.; Salm, Martin
2018 The effect of a ban on gender-based pricing on risk selection in the German health insurance marketHuang, Shan; Salm, Martin
2018 The Effect of a Ban on Gender-Based Pricing on Risk Selection in the German Health Insurance MarketHuang, Shan; Salm, Martin
2018 Do higher hospital reimbursement prices improve quality of care?Salm, Martin; Wübker, Ansgar
2019 The effect of a ban on gender-based pricing on risk selection in the German health insurance marketHuang, Shan; Salm, Martin