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Co-payments in the Dutch long-term care system: schedule and computation with Statistics Netherlands individual-level data

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posted on 2021-11-17, 07:24 authored by Marianne TenandMarianne Tenand, Pieter BakxPieter Bakx, Bram Wouterse
The documents of this folder are made publicly available to facilitate the replication of the empirical analyses shown in:

Tenand, Bakx & Wouterse (2021), The impact of co-payments for nursing home care on use, health, and welfare, CPB Discussion Paper, no 430, Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis.

The core document provides information on the schedule of co-payments on long-term care in the Netherlands. It is intended for an international audience interested in how co-payments work in the Netherlands and in doing empirical research on co-payments.

It is provided together with:
- an Excel document (Tenand Copayments Parameters:xls) that provides the values of the parameters that are needed to compute the co-payments;
- a script (D:1:CP NHuse Copayments ForGraphs:do) with the code that en-
ables to generate the co-payments given income and wealth information, based on the parameter values reported in Tenand Copayments Parameters.xls;
- a script (D.1.CP NHuse CP Graphs:do) with the code that generates the illustrative graphs included in this document.


Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement No 844314 (LTCpolicies)

Network for Studies on Pensions, Aging and Retirement (Netspar), project "Optimal saving and insurance for old age: the role of public long-term care insurance".

ODISSEI (Open Data Infrastructure for Social Science and Economic Innovations)

Dutch Research Council

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