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Peter Elek
Peter Elek
Centre for Economic and Regional Studies and Corvinus University of Budapest
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How does retirement affect healthcare expenditures? Evidence from a change in the retirement age
A Bíró, P Elek
Health Economics 27 (5), 803-818, 2018
402018
Chapter 4 Detecting Wage Under-Reporting Using a Double-Hurdle Model
P Elek, J Köllő, B Reizer, PA Szabó
Informal Employment in Emerging and Transition Economies, 135-166, 2012
402012
A bérekhez kapcsolódó adóeltitkolás Magyarországon
E Péter, S Ágota, S Bálint, SP András
Pénzügyminisztérium, kézirat, 2008
362008
A long range dependent model with nonlinear innovations for simulating daily river flows
P Elek, L Márkus
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 4 (2), 277-283, 2004
342004
A two-state regime switching autoregressive model with an application to river flow analysis
K Vasas, P Elek, L Márkus
Journal of statistical planning and inference 137 (10), 3113-3126, 2007
332007
The Hungarian Labour Market 2020
K Fazekas, P Elek, T Hajdu
Centre for Economic and Regional Studies Institute of Economics, 2021
312021
Forecasting and simulating mortality tables
M Arató, D Bozsó, P Elek, A Zempléni
Mathematical and Computer Modelling 49 (3-4), 805-813, 2009
312009
A feketefoglalkoztatás mértéke Magyarországon
P Elek, Á Scharle, B Szabó, PA Szabó
JELEN KÖTET, 2009
282009
A magyar adórendszer hatékonysága
B Péter, B Anikó, E Péter, S Ágota
Közpénzügyi füzetek 21, 1-32, 2008
26*2008
A light‐tailed conditionally heteroscedastic model with applications to river flows
P Elek, L Márkus
Journal of Time Series Analysis 29 (1), 14-36, 2008
262008
The closer the better: does better access to outpatient care prevent hospitalization?
P Elek, T Molnár, B Váradi
The European Journal of Health Economics 20, 801-817, 2019
252019
Effects of geographical accessibility on the use of outpatient care services: quasi‐experimental evidence from panel count data
P Elek, B Váradi, M Varga
Health Economics 24 (9), 1131-1146, 2015
222015
Time patterns of precautionary health behaviours during an easing phase of the COVID-19 pandemic in Europe
A Bíró, R Branyiczki, P Elek
European journal of ageing 19 (4), 837-848, 2022
192022
Job loss, disability insurance and health expenditure
A Bíró, P Elek
Labour Economics 65, 101856, 2020
192020
Implication of external price referencing and parallel trade on pharmaceutical expenditure: indirect evidence from lower-income European countries
P Elek, E Takács, G Merész, Z Kaló
Health Policy and Planning 32 (3), 349-358, 2017
182017
Tax avoidance, tax evasion, black and grey employment
D Benedek, P Elek, J Köllő
Fazekas K., P. Benczúr and Á. Telegdy (2013): The Hungarian Labour Market …, 2013
182013
Income gradient of pharmaceutical panic buying at the outbreak of the COVID‐19 pandemic
P Elek, A Bíró, P Fadgyas‐Freyler
Health Economics 30 (9), 2312-2320, 2021
152021
Effects of lower screening activity during the COVID-19 pandemic on breast cancer patient pathways: Evidence from the age cut-off of organized screening
P Elek, P Fadgyas-Freyler, B Váradi, B Mayer, A Zemplényi, M Csanádi
Health policy 126 (8), 763-769, 2022
142022
Regional differences in diabetes across Europe–regression and causal forest analyses
P Elek, A Bíró
Economics & Human Biology 40, 100948, 2021
142021
Policy objective of generic medicines from the investment perspective: the case of clopidogrel
P Elek, A Harsányi, T Zelei, Z Kaló
Health Policy 121 (5), 558-565, 2017
132017
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