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- 2020. Does linear equating improve prediction in mapping? Crosswalking MacNew onto EQ‑5D‑5L value sets. European Journal of Health Economics. 903-915.
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- 2018. Do country-specific preference-weights matter in the choice of mapping algorithms? The case of mapping the Diabetes-39 onto eight country-specific EQ-5D-5L value sets. Quality of Life Research. 1801-1814.
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- 2015. Health state utility instruments compared: inquiring into nonlinearity across EQ-5D-5L, SF-6D, HUI-3 and 15D. Quality of Life Research. 1-12.
- 2019. Does the EQ-5D usual activities dimension measure what it intends to measure? The relative importance of work, study, housework, family or leisure activities.