Former Academic Staff
Dipl.-Vw. Markus Vomhof
Markus Vomhof studied economics at the University of Mannheim specializing in econometrics, public finance, and microeconomics. He wrote his diploma thesis (Diplomarbeit) on „Optimal income taxation with international migration”. In March 2012 he joined CINCH as a research associate. His research interests lie in the field of health economics and experimental health economics. His work includes analysis of health insurance choices with respect to elicited individual risk preferences as well as the investigation of hospital competition and hospital mergers using laboratory experiments.
- Han, J.; Kairies-Schwarz, N.; Vomhof, M.: Quality Competition and Hospital Mergers - An Experiment. In: Health Economics (forthcoming), Vol 2017 (2017). CitationDetails
- Kairies-Schwarz, J.; Kokot, J.; Vomhof, M.; Wessling, J.: How Do Consumers Choose Health Insurance? – An Experiment on Heterogeneity in Attribute Tastes and Risk Preferences. In: Ruhr Economic Papers (2014) No 537. doi:0.4419/86788614Full textCitationDetails