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Jürgen Maurer

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Professeur ordinaire
Département d'économie


Contact
Jurgen.Maurer@unil.ch
Internef, bureau 511
Tél 021.692.36.64

Adresse postale
Université de Lausanne
Quartier UNIL-Chamberonne
Bâtiment Internef
1015 Lausanne


r4d project website: Inclusive Social Protection for Chronic Health Problems

Enseignements

master Health Economics
Formation concernée
Maîtrise universitaire ès Sciences en économie politique

Assistants

Silas Amo-Agyei
silas.amo-agyei@unil.ch
Tél: (021 692) 33 18
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  Fabrice Kaempfen
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Publications

54 dernières publications classées par: type de publication  -  année

: Revue avec comité de lecture

Articles

Ihle Andreas, Fagot Delphine, Vallet Fanny, Ballhausen Nicola, Mella Nathalie, Baeriswyl Marie et al. (2019). Cross-lagged relation of leisure activity participation to Trail Making Test performance 6 years later: Differential patterns in old age and very old age. Neuropsychology, 33, 234.


Ihle Andreas, Gouveia Élvio R, Gouveia Bruna R, Zuber Sascha, Mella Nathalie, Desrichard Olivier et al. (2019). The relationship of obesity predicting decline in executive functioning is attenuated with greater leisure activities in old age. Aging & Mental Health, 1-8.


Ihle Andreas, Rimmele Ulrike, Oris Michel, Maurer Jürgen ; Kliegel Matthias (2019). The Longitudinal Relationship of Perceived Stress Predicting Subsequent Decline in Executive Functioning in Old Age Is Attenuated in Individuals with Greater Cognitive Reserve. Gerontology, 1-9.


Ihle Andreas, Zuber Sascha, Gouveia Élvio R, Gouveia Bruna R, Mella Nathalie, Desrichard Olivier et al. (2019). Cognitive Reserve Mediates the Relation between Openness to Experience and Smaller Decline in Executive Functioning. Dementia and geriatric cognitive disorders, 1-6.


Ihle Andreas, Ghisletta Paolo, Ballhausen Nicola, Fagot Delphine, Vallet Fanny, Baeriswyl Marie et al. (2018). The role of cognitive reserve accumulated in midlife for the relation between chronic diseases and cognitive decline in old age: A longitudinal follow-up across six years. Neuropsychologia, 121, 37-46.


Ihle Andreas, Oris Michel, Sauter Julia, Spini Dario, Rimmele Ulrike, Maurer Jürgen ; Kliegel Matthias (2018). The relation of low cognitive abilities to low well-being in old age is attenuated in individuals with greater cognitive reserve and greater social capital accumulated over the life course. Aging & mental health, 1-8.


Kämpfen F. , Maurer J. (2018). Does education help “old dogs” learn “new tricks”? The lasting impact of early-life education on technology use among older adults. Research Policy, 47, 1125-1132. Revue avec comité de lecture


Meyer Claude, Evans David, Soucat Agnès, Dkhimi Fahdi, Akweongo Patricia, Kessy Flora et al. (2018). Leaving no one behind? Reaching the informal sector, poor people and marginalised groups with Social Health Protection. The Journal of Poverty and Social Justice, 26, 459-465.


Vilpert S., Borrat-Besson C., Maurer J. ; Borasio G.D. (2018). Awareness, approval and completion of advance directives in older adults in Switzerland. Swiss medical weekly, 148, w14642. Revue avec comité de lecture


Vilpert S., Monod S., Jaccard Ruedin H., Maurer J., Trueb L., Yersin B. ; Büla C. (2018). Differences in triage category, priority level and hospitalization rate between young-old and old-old patients visiting the emergency department. BMC health services research, 18, 456. Revue avec comité de lecture


Huang Z. , Maurer J. (2017). Validity of Self-Rated Memory Among Middle-Aged and Older Chinese Adults: Results From the China Health and Retirement Longitudinal Study (CHARLS). Assessment, 1-12. Revue avec comité de lecture


Chi Y.L., Krishnakumar J., Maurer J., Loncar D. ; Flahault A. (2016). Who should finance WHO's work on emergencies?. Lancet, 387, 2584-2585. Revue avec comité de lecture


Kämpfen F. , Maurer J. (2016). Time to burn (calories)? The impact of retirement on physical activity among mature Americans. Journal of Health Economics, 45, 91-102. Revue avec comité de lecture


Maurer J. (2016). Inspecting the Mechanism: A Longitudinal Analysis of Socioeconomic Status Differences in Perceived Influenza Risks, Vaccination Intentions, and Vaccination Behaviors during the 2009-2010 Influenza Pandemic. Medical decision making, 36, 887-899. Revue avec comité de lecture


Maurer J. , Harris K.M. (2016). Learning to Trust Flu Shots: Quasi-Experimental Evidence from the 2009 Swine Flu Pandemic. Health economics, 25, 1148-1162. Revue avec comité de lecture


Yepes M., Maurer J., Stringhini S., Viswanathan B., Gedeon J. ; Bovet P. (2016). Ideal Body Size as a Mediator for the Gender-Specific Association Between Socioeconomic Status and Body Mass Index: Evidence From an Upper-Middle-Income Country in the African Region. Health education & behavior : the official publication of the Society for Public Health Education, 43, 56S-63S. Revue avec comité de lecture


Yepes M., Maurer J., Viswanathan B., Gedeon J. ; Bovet P. (2016). Potential reach of mHealth versus traditional mass media for prevention of chronic diseases : evidence from a nationally representative survey in a middle-income country in Africa. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 18, e114. Revue avec comité de lecture


Flores G., Ingenhaag M. ; Maurer J. (2015). An anatomy of old-age disability: Time use, affect and experienced utility. Journal of Health Economics, 44, 150-160. Revue avec comité de lecture


Maurer J. , Ramos A. (2015). One-year routine opportunistic screening for hypertension in formal medical settings and potential improvements in hypertension awareness among older persons in developing countries: evidence from the Study on Global Ageing and Adult Health (SAGE). American journal of epidemiology, 181, 180-184. Revue avec comité de lecture


Yepes M., Viswanathan B., Bovet P. ; Maurer J. (2015). Validity of silhouette showcards as a measure of body size and obesity in a population in the African region : a practical research tool for general-purpose surveys. Population Health Metrics, 13, 35. Revue avec comité de lecture


Maurer J. , Harris K.M. (2014). Issuance of patient reminders for influenza vaccination by US-based primary care physicians during the first year of universal influenza vaccination recommendations. American Journal of Public Health, 104, e60-e62.


Maurer J., Harris K.M. ; Uscher-Pines L. (2014). Can routine offering of influenza vaccination in office-based settings reduce racial and ethnic disparities in adult influenza vaccination?. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 29, 1624-1630.


Uscher-Pines L., Mulcahy A., Maurer J. ; Harris K. (2014). The Relationship between Influenza Vaccination Habits and Location of Vaccination. PLoS ONE, 9, e114863.


Coe N.B., von Gaudecker H.M., Lindeboom M. ; Maurer J. (2012). The effect of retirement on cognitive functioning. Health Economics, 21, 913-927. Revue avec comité de lecture


Listl S., Moran V., Maurer J. ; Faggion C.M. (2012). Dental service utilization by Europeans aged 50 plus. Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology, 40, 164-174. Revue avec comité de lecture


Maurer J., Harris K.M., Black C.L. ; Euler G.L. (2012). Support for Seasonal Influenza Vaccination Requirements among US Healthcare Personnel. Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology, 33, 213-221. Revue avec comité de lecture


Maurer J., Harris K.M. ; Parker A.M. (2012). Who knew? Awareness of being recommended for influenza vaccination among US adults. Influenza and Other Respiratory Viruses, 6, 284-290. Revue avec comité de lecture


de Bruin W.B., Parker A.M. ; Maurer J. (2011). Assessing small non-zero perceptions of chance: The case of H1N1 (swine) flu risks. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 42, 145-59. Revue avec comité de lecture


Harris K., Maurer J., Black C., Euler G. ; Kadiyala S. (2011). Workplace efforts to promote influenza vaccination among healthcare personnel and their association with uptake during the 2009 pandemic influenza A (H1N1). Vaccine, 29, 2978-2985. Revue avec comité de lecture


Maurer J. (2011). Education and male-female differences in later-life cognition: international evidence from latin america and the Caribbean. Demography, 48, 915-930. Revue avec comité de lecture


Maurer J. , Harris K.M. (2011). Contact and communication with healthcare providers regarding influenza vaccination during the 2009-2010 H1N1 pandemic. Preventive Medicine, 52, 459-464. Revue avec comité de lecture


Maurer J., Klein R. ; Vella F. (2011). Subjective health assessments and active labor market participation of older men: evidence from a semiparametric binary choice model with nonadditive correlated individual-specific effects. Review of Economics and Statistics, 93, 764-774. Revue avec comité de lecture


Uscher-Pines L., Maurer J. ; Harris K.M. (2011). Racial and ethnic disparities in uptake and location of vaccination for 2009-H1N1 and seasonal influenza. American journal of public health, 101, 1252-1255. Revue avec comité de lecture


Harris K., Maurer J. ; Kellermann A. (2010). Flu Vaccine: Safe, Effective, and Mistrusted. New England Journal of Medicine, 363, 2183-2185. Revue avec comité de lecture


Harris K.M., Maurer J. ; Black C. (2010). Interim Results: Influenza A (H1N1) 2009 Monovalent and Seasonal Influenza Vaccination Coverage Among Health-Care Personnel, United States, August 2009–January 2010. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, 59, 357-362.


Harris K.M., Maurer J. ; Kellermann A.L. (2010). Influenza vaccine–safe, effective, and mistrusted. The New England journal of medicine, 363, 2183-2185. Revue avec comité de lecture


Maurer J. (2010). Height, Education and Cognitive Function at Older Ages: International Evidence from Latin America and the Caribbean. Economics and Human Biology, 8, 168-176. Revue avec comité de lecture


Maurer J. , Harris K.M. (2010). The scope and targeting of influenza vaccination reminders among US adults: evidence from a nationally representative survey. Archives of internal medicine, 170, 390-392. Revue avec comité de lecture


Maurer J., Uscher-Pines L. ; Harris K.M. (2010). Awareness of government seasonal and 2009 H1N1 influenza vaccination recommendations among targeted US adults: The role of provider interactions. American Journal of Infection Control, 38, 489-490. Revue avec comité de lecture


Maurer J., Uscher-Pines L. ; Harris K.M. (2010). Perceived seriousness of seasonal and A(H1N1) influenzas, attitudes toward vaccination, and vaccine uptake among U.S. adults: does the source of information matter?. Preventive medicine, 51, 185-187. Revue avec comité de lecture


Uscher-Pines L., Maurer J., Kellerman A. ; Harris K.M. (2010). Healthy young and middle age adults: what will it take to vaccinate them for influenza?. Vaccine, 28, 7420-7422. Revue avec comité de lecture


Harris K., Maurer J. ; Lurie N. (2009). Do People Who Intend to Get a Flu Shot Actually Get One?. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 24, 1311-1313. Revue avec comité de lecture


Harris K.M., Maurer J. ; Lurie N. (2009). Is getting influenza vaccine coverage data out during mid-season feasible? Evidence from a national survey of U.S. adults. Vaccine, 27, 3697-3699. Revue avec comité de lecture


Maurer J. (2009). Who has a clue to preventing the flu? Unravelling supply and demand effects on the take-up of influenza vaccinations. Journal of health economics, 28, 704-717. Revue avec comité de lecture


Maurer J., Harris K.M. ; Lurie N. (2009). Reducing missed opportunities to vaccinate adults against influenza: what is realistic?. Archives of internal medicine, 169, 1633-1634. Revue avec comité de lecture


Maurer J., Harris K.M., Parker A. ; Lurie N. (2009). Does receipt of seasonal influenza vaccine predict intention to receive novel H1N1 vaccine: evidence from a nationally representative survey of U.S. adults. Vaccine, 27, 5732-5734. Revue avec comité de lecture


Maurer J. (2008). Assessing horizontal equity in medication treatment among elderly Mexicans: which socioeconomic determinants matter most?. Health economics, 17, 1153-1169. Revue avec comité de lecture


Maurer J. , Meier A. (2008). Smooth it Like the ‘Joneses'? Estimating Peer-Group Effects in Intertemporal Consumption Choice. The Economic Journal, 118, 454-476. Revue avec comité de lecture


Maurer J. (2007). Modelling socioeconomic and health determinants of health-care use: a semiparametric approach. Health economics, 16, 967-979. Revue avec comité de lecture


Livres

Höglinger Marc, Francisca Ehrler ; Maurer Jürgen (2019). Gesundheit der älteren Bevölkerung in der Schweiz: eine Studie basierend auf Daten der Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe (SHARE) im Auftrag des Bundesamts für Gesundheit. ZHAW Winterthur.


Rapports

Flores Gabriela, Ingenhaag Michael ; Maurer Jürgen (2013). Healthy, wealthy, wise, and happy? An exploratory analysis of the interplay between aging and subjective well-being in low and middle income countries. Ecole HEC-DEEP.


Thèses

KAEMPFEN Fabrice (2019). FOUR ESSAYS IN APPLIED MICROECONOMICS. Université de Lausanne, Faculté des hautes études commerciales. Maurer Jurgen (Dir.)


CHEPYNOGA Kateryna (2018). AFFORDABILITY AND AVAILABILITY OF MEDICINES IN LOW-INCOME AND LOWER-MIDDLE-INCOME COUNTRIES: QUANTITATIVE ANALYSES BASED ON DATA FROM HEALTH ACTION INTERNATIONAL. Université de Lausanne, Faculté des hautes études commerciales. Maurer Jürgen (Dir.)


HUANG Zhiyong (2017). VALIDITY OF AND CORRECTION FOR SELF- REPORT MEASURES IN SURVEYS. Université de Lausanne, Faculté des hautes études commerciales. Maurer Jurgen (Dir.)


Mots-clés

  • aging
  • demography
  • health disparities
  • health economics
  • health management
  • population economics
  • public health
  • survey research

 
 
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