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Martin Salm is an associate professor at the department of econometrics and operations research at Tilburg University. His research fields are in health economics and applied microeconomics.

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  1. Does the framing of patient cost-sharing incentives matter? the effec…

    Hayen, A. P., Klein, T., & Salm, M. (2021). Does the framing of patient cost-sharing incentives matter? the effects of deductibles vs. no-claim refunds. Journal of Health Economics, 80, [102520].
  2. The Effect of Retirement on Mental Health: Indirect Treatment Effects…

    Salm, M., Siflinger, B., & Xie, M. (2021). The Effect of Retirement on Mental Health: Indirect Treatment Effects and Causal Mediation. (Discussion Paper Series; Vol. 2021-012). CentER, Center for Economic Research.
  3. The effect of training on workers' perceived job match quality

    Zhang, Y., Salm, M., & van Soest, A. (2021). The effect of training on workers' perceived job match quality. Empirical Economics: A quarterly journal of the Institute for Advanced Studies, 60, 2477–2498.
  4. The effect of a ban on gender-based pricing on risk selection in the …

    Huang, S., & Salm, M. (2020). The effect of a ban on gender-based pricing on risk selection in the German health insurance market. Health Economics, 29(1), 3-17.
  5. Do hospitals respond to decreasing prices by supplying more services?

    Salm, M., & Wubker, A. (2020). Do hospitals respond to decreasing prices by supplying more services? Health Economics, 29(2), 209-220.

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