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Renira Corinne Angeles

Renira Corinne Angeles

Senior Researcher

rean@norceresearch.no
+47 56 10 72 98
Nygårdsgaten 112, 5008 Bergen, Norway

Research interests: comparative political economy, economic inequality, political inequality, economic evaluation of health services, health economics, econometrics, quantitative research methods

Renira Corinne Angeles

Division

Health & Social Sciences

Research Groups

Helsetjenester og helseøkonomi

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Publications
Factors associated with formal and informal resource utilization in nursing home patients with and without dementia: cross-sectional analyses from the COSMOS trial – BMC Health Services Research 2022
The consequences of COVID-19 lockdown for formal and informal resource utilization among home-dwelling people with dementia: results from the prospective PAN.DEM study – BMC Health Services Research 2021
Factors associated with access to assistive technology and telecare in home-dwelling people with dementia: baseline data from the LIVE@Home.Path trial – BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2021
Which factors increase informal care hours and societal costs among caregivers of people with dementia? A systematic review of Resource Utilization in Dementia (RUD) – Health Economics Review 2021
Den problematiske pårørendebelastningen – Dagens medisin 2021
How, Why and Where it Hurts—Breaking Down Pain Syndrome Among Nursing Home Patients With Dementia: A Cross-Sectional Analysis of the COSMOS Trial – Pain Management Nursing 2021
Access to and interest in assistive technology for home-dwelling people with dementia during the COVID-19 pandemic (PAN.DEM) – International Review of Psychiatry 2021
If governments want to target the inflation of CEO pay, they should also address pay inequality between managers – LSE EUROPP European Politics and Policy blog 2020
LIVE@Home.Path--innovating the clinical pathway for home-dwelling people with dementia and their caregivers: Study protocol for a mixed-method, stepped-wedge, randomized controlled trial – Trials 2020
How redistributive institutions affect pay inequality and heterogeneity among top managers – Socio-Economic Review 2020
The politics of top executive compensation in advanced democracies – Sociology Compass 2018
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How redistributive institutions affect pay inequality and heterogeneity among top managers

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If governments want to target the inflation of CEO pay, they should also address pay inequality between managers

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