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Martin Salm is Professor of Health Economics and Applied Microeconomics at the Department of Econometrics and Operations Research at Tilburg University. His research interests include economic incentives in the healthcare sector, regional disparities in healthcare costs, and the relationship between socioeconomic status and health. He received a degree in economics from the University of Mannheim in 2001 and a Ph.D. in Economics from Duke University in 2006. His research has been published in leading journals such as the Journal of the European Economic Association, the Economic Journal, Journal of Public Economics, and Journal of Health Economics.

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Recent publications

  1. No-claim refunds and healthcare use

    Avdic, D., Decker, S., Karlsson, M., & Salm, M. (2024). No-claim refunds and healthcare use. Journal of Public Economics, 230, Article 105061.
  2. Do higher hospital reimbursement prices improve quality of care?

    Salm, M., & Wübker, A. (2023). Do higher hospital reimbursement prices improve quality of care? Applied Economics. Advance online publication.
  3. The response to dynamic incentives in insurance contracts with a dedu…

    Klein, T., Salm, M., & Upadhyay, S. (2022). The response to dynamic incentives in insurance contracts with a deductible: Evidence from a differences-in-regression-discontinuities design. Journal of Public Economics, 210, Article 104660.
  4. 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, Article 102520.
  5. The dynamics of crime risk perceptions

    Salm, M., & Vollaard, B. (2021). The dynamics of crime risk perceptions. American Law and Economics Review, 23(2), 520-561.

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