D'Amico, Francesco


Dr Francesco D'Amico  

Department

Position held

LSE Health and Social Care

Research Officer

Department of Social Policy

Research Officer

Personal Social Services Research Unit (PSSRU)

Research Officer

Experience keywords:

long-term care; econometrics; efficiency; empirical economics; quality; health and social care economics; mental health

Research summary > [Click to expand]

Current research includes analysis of the efficiency and quality of LTC services, mental-health and cost-effectiveness analysis of programs for dementia. Past analyses covered hospitals' efficiency and drugs' effectiveness.

Countries and regions to which research relates:

Italy; Europe; UK

Languages:

Italian [Spoken: Fluent, Written: Fluent]

Contact Points

LSE phone number:

+44 (0)20 7852 3714

Publications

LSE Research Online, Funnelback Search

2014

Dixon, Josie and Ferdinand, Monique and D'Amico, Francesco and Knapp, Martin (2014) Exploring the cost-effectiveness of a one-off screen for dementia (for people aged 75 years in England and Wales) International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, online. ISSN 0885-6230

Dixon, Josie and Ferdinand, Monique and D'Amico, Francesco and Knapp, Martin (2014) Exploring the cost-effectiveness of a one-off screen for dementia (for people aged 75 years in England and Wales) International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry. ISSN 0885-6230

2012

D'Amico, Francesco and Fernández, José-Luis (2012) Measuring inefficiency in long-term care commissioning: evidence from english local authorities Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy, 34 (2). 275-299. ISSN 2040-5790

2010

Windle, Karen and Wagland, Richard and Forder, Julien and D'Amico, Francesco and Janssen, Dirk and Wistow, Gerald (2010) The impact of the POPP programme on changes in individual service use In: Curtis, Lesley, (ed.) Unit Costs of Health and Social Care 2010. Unit costs of health and social care. The University of Kent, Canterbury, UK, 29-35. ISBN 9781902671703

Atella, Vincenzo and D'Amico, Francesco (2010) Who is responsible for your health: you, your doctor or new technologies? Research paper series, University of Rome Tor Vergata, Rome, Italy.

2009

Davey, Vanessa and D'Amico, Francesco and Knapp, Martin (2009) Estimating unit costs for Direct Payments Support organisations In: Curtis, Lesley, (ed.) Unit Costs of Health and Social Care 2009. Unit costs series (17). University of Kent, Canterbury, UK, 15-20. ISBN 9781902671642

Windle, Karen and Wagland, Richard and Forder, Julien and D'Amico, Francesco and Janssen, Dirk and Wistow, Gerald and Beech, Roger and Bowling, Ann and Dickinson, Angela and Ellis, Kate and Henderson, Catherine and Knapp, Emily and Knapp, Martin and Lord, Katherine and Roe, Brenda (2009) National evaluation of partnerships for older people projects: appendices to the final report Personal Social Services Research Unit, University of Kent, Canterbury, UK.

Windle, Karen and Wagland, Richard and Forder, Julien and D'Amico, Francesco and Janssen, Dirk and Wistow, Gerald (2009) National evaluation of partnerships for older people projects: appendices to the final report The University of Kent, Canterbury, UK.

Daidone, Silvio and D'Amico, Francesco (2009) Technical efficiency, specialization and ownership form: evidences from a pooling of Italian hospitals Journal of Productivity Analysis, 32 (3). 203-216. ISSN 0895-562X

2008

Windle, Karen and Wagland, Richard and Lord, Kathryn and Dickinson, Angela and Knapp, Martin and D'Amico, Francesco and Forder, Julien and Henderson, Catherine and Wistow, Gerald and Beech, Roger and Roe, Brenda and Bowling, Ann (2008) National evaluation of partnerships for older people projects: interim report of progress PSSRU Discussion Papers, DP2612. Personal Social Services Research Unit, University of Kent, Canterbury, UK.


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