Eugenia Amporfu
Eugenia Amporfu
Department of Economics, KNUST, Ghana
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Is low fertility really a problem? Population aging, dependency, and consumption
R Lee, A Mason, NTA network, R Lee, A Mason, E Amporfu, CB An, ...
Science 346 (6206), 229-234, 2014
Private hospital accreditation and inducement of care under the Ghanaian National Insurance Scheme
E Amporfu
Health economics review 1, 1-9, 2011
Equity of the premium of the Ghanaian national health insurance scheme and the implications for achieving universal coverage
E Amporfu
International journal for equity in health 12, 1-9, 2013
Measuring and explaining changing patterns of inequality in institutional deliveries between urban and rural women in Ghana: a decomposition analysis
E Amporfu, KA Grépin
International Journal for Equity in Health 18, 1-12, 2019
COVID-19 in sub-Saharan Africa: impacts on vulnerable populations and sustaining home-grown solutions
LJ Wallace, E Nouvet, R Bortolussi, JA Arthur, E Amporfu, E Arthur, ...
Canadian Journal of Public Health 111, 649-653, 2020
Determinants of paying national health insurance premium with mobile phone in Ghana: a cross-sectional prospective study
JM Boaheng, E Amporfu, D Ansong, AK Osei-Fosu
International Journal for Equity in Health 18, 1-9, 2019
Strategic health purchasing progress mapping: a spotlight on Ghana’s National Health Insurance Scheme
E Amporfu, P Agyei-Baffour, A Edusei, J Novignon, E Arthur
Health Systems & Reform 8 (2), e2058337, 2022
Do economic policy decisions affect stock market development in Ghana?
G Ofori-Abebrese, E Amporfu, D Sakyi
Botswana Journal of Economics 14 (1), 33-51, 2016
Applying the strategic health purchasing progress tracking framework: lessons from nine African countries
A Gatome-Munyua, I Sieleunou, E Barasa, F Ssengooba, K Issa, ...
Health Systems & Reform 8 (2), e2051796, 2022
The distribution of paid and unpaid work among men and women in Ghana: the national time transfer accounts approach
E Amporfu, D Sakyi, PB Frimpong, E Arthur, J Novignon
DPRU, University of Cape Town, 2018
Effect of institutional factors on the quality of Ghana's healthcare delivery
E Amporfu, J Nonvignon, S Ampadu
Journal of African Development 15 (1), 99-123, 2013
Effect of Institutional Factors on Quality of Care in Ghanaian Health Care Sector
E Amporfu, J Nonvignon, S Ampadu
Journal of African Development 15 (1), 99-123, 2013
Effect of the Ghana National Health Insurance Scheme on exit time from catastrophic healthcare expenditure
AO Frimpong, E Amporfu, E Arthur
African Development Review 33 (3), 492-505, 2021
Does Stock Market Development Enhance Private Investment in Ghana?
G Ofori-Abebrese, E Amporfu, G Adu
International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Research 2, 68-78, 2016
Effects of public and external health spending on out-of-pocket payments for healthcare in sub-Saharan Africa
AO Frimpong, E Amporfu, E Arthur
Health Policy and Planning 37 (9), 1129-1137, 2022
Demographic Dividend of Ghana: The National Transfer Accounts Approach
E Amporfu, D Sakyi, PB Frimpong
NTA Acounts Paper, 2014
Billing the insured: an assessment of out-of-pocket payment by insured patients in Ghana
E Amporfu, E Arthur, J Novignon
Health Services Insights 16, 11786329221149397, 2023
Equity in the Perceived Quality of Care Received by Malaria Patients Under National Health Insurance Scheme in Ghana
E Amporfu, S Apanya, P Amoako
Health Services Insights 15, 11786329221088693, 2022
Review of the Ghanaian NHIS: What Lessons Have We Learned?
C Atim, E Amporfu
Presentation at the 4th Conference of the African Health Economics and …, 2016
Testing for moral hazard in caesarean section in the Ghanaian National Health Insurance Scheme; an Approach using Matching Estimation
E Amporfu
African Journal of Health Economics 2, 85-101, 2013
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