Jun.-Prof. Dr. Nadja Kairies-Schwarz

Jun.-Prof. Dr. Nadja Kairies-Schwarz was a research associate at CINCH within the Prof. Dr. Brosig-Kochs pay-for-performance (P4P) project since 10/2012. She has since received the junior professorship for experimental economics research and has taken the lead of the junior research group HCM. She has been as research associate with the quantitative economics policy chair at the University of Duisburg-Essen since 2008. From 2003 to 2008 she studied economics at the University of Konstanz and the Hong Kong University of Sciene and Technology. Her research interests are in the area of experimental economics research with special focus on incentives in the health sector.

Publications

Publications

  • Kairies-Schwarz, N., & Souček, C. (2020). Performance Pay in Hospitals: An Experiment on Bonus–Malus Incentives. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17(22), 8320.
  • Brosig-Koch, J., Kairies-Schwarz, N. & Kokot, J. (2017). Sorting into Physician Payment Schemes: A Laboratory Experiment. Health Economics, 26(S3), 52-65.
  • Han, J., Kairies-Schwarz, N. & Vomhof, M.  (2017). Quality Competition and Hospital Mergers – An Experimental. Health Economics, 26(S3), 36-51.
  • Kairies-Schwarz J., Kokot J., Vomhof M., & Wessling, J.  (2017). Health Insurance Choice and Risk Preferences under Cumulative Prospect Theory – An Experiment. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 137, 374-397.
  • Brosig-Koch, J., Hennig-Schmidt, H., Kairies-Schwarz, N. & Wiesen, D. (2017). The Effects of Introducing Mixed Payment Systems for Physicians: Experimental Evidence. Health Economics, 26(2), 243–262.
  • Fischbacher, U., Kairies-Schwarz, N., & Stefani, U. (2017). Non-Additivity and the Salience of Marginal Productivities: Experimental Evidence on Distributive Fairness. Economica, 84(336), 587-610.
  • Brosig-Koch, J., Hennig-Schmidt, H., Kairies-Schwarz, N. & Wiesen, D. (2016). Using artefactual field and lab experiments to investigate the effect of fee-for-service and capitation on medical service provision. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 131(B), 17–23.
  • Kairies, N. (2013). Pay-for-Performance, Reputation, and the Reduction of Costly Overprovision. Economics Bulletin, 33(3), 211.
  • Brosig-Koch, J., Kairies-Schwarz, N. and J. Kokot: Sorting into payment schemes and medical treatment: A laboratory experiment. Health Economics (2017) forthcoming
  • Han J., Kairies-Schwarz N., Vomhof M.: Quality Competition and Hospital Mergers - An Experiment. Health Economics (2017) forthcoming
  • Kairies-Schwarz, N., Kokot, J., Vomhof, M. and J. Weßling:  Health Insurance Choice and Risk Preferences under Cumulative Prospect Theory - An Experiment. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization
    (2017).
  • Brosig-Koch, J., Hennig-Schmidt, H., Kairies-Schwarz, N. and D. Wiesen: The Effects of Introducing Mixed Payment Systems for Physicians: Experimental Evidence. Health Economics, Vol. 26 No. 2 p. 243–262 (2017). doi:10.1002/hec.3292 Details
  • Fischbacher, U., Kairies-Schwarz, N., and U. Stefani: Non-Additivity and the Salience of Marginal Productivities: Experimental Evidence on Distributive Fairness. Economica (2017).
  • Brosig-Koch, J., Hennig-Schmidt, H., Kairies-Schwarz, N. and D. Wiesen: Using artefactual field and lab experiments to investigate the effect of fee-for-service and capitation on medical service provision. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, Vol. 131 No. B p. 17–23 (2016). doi:10.1016/j.jebo.2015.04.011 Details
  • Kairies, N.: Pay-for-Performance, Reputation, and the Reduction of Costly Overprovision. Economics Bulletin, Vol. 33 No. 3 p. A211 (2013).

Working Papers

  • Fels, M., Kairies-Schwarz, N. & Waibel, C. (2020). Cost-Sharing or Rebate: The Impact of Health Insurance Design on Reducing Inefficient Care. SSRN Working Paper 3545781. (Under Review)
  • Han, J., Kairies-Schwarz, N., & Vomhof, M. (2020). Quality Provision in Competitive Health Care Markets: Individuals vs. Teams. Ruhr Economic Papers 839.  (Under Review)
  • Brosig-Koch, J., Hennig‐Schmidt, H., Kairies-Schwarz, N., Kokot, J., & Wiesen, D. (2019). Physician Performance Pay: Experimental Evidence. SSRN Working Paper 3467583. (Under Review)
  • Kairies-Schwarz, N. (2014). Altruism Heterogeneity and Quality Competition Among Healthcare Providers, Ruhr Economic Papers 507.
  • Kairies, N. & M. Krieger (2013). How do Non-Monetary Performance Incentives for Physicians Affect the Quality of Medical Care? A Laboratory Experiment, Ruhr Economic Papers 414.
  • Kairies-Schwarz, N., Kokot, J., Vomhof, M. and J. Wessling, 2016. How well Do Consumers Choose Health Insurance? – An Experiment. Working paper.
  • Kairies-Schwarz J., Kokot J., Vomhof M., Wessling J.: How Do Consumers Choose Health Insurance? – An Experiment on Heterogeneity in Attribute Tastes and Risk Preferences. Ruhr Economic Papers No 537 (2014). doi:0.4419/86788614 Details
  • Brosig-Koch J., Kairies-Schwarz J., Kokot J.: Sorting into Physician Payment Schemes – A Laboratory Experiment. Ruhr Economic Papers No 529 (2014). doi:10.4419/86788606 Details
  • Brosig-Koch J., Hennig-Schmidt H., Kairies-Schwarz N., Wiesen D.: Using artefactual field and lab experiments to investigate how fee-for-service and capitation affect medical service provision. Health Economic Research Network (2014). doi:10.1016/j.jebo.2015.04.011 Details
  • Nadja Kairies-Schwarz: Altruism Heterogeneity and Quality Competition Among Healthcare Providers. Ruhr Economic Papers No 507 (2014). doi:10.4419/86788582 Details
  • Kairies, N., Krieger, M.: How do Non-Monetary Performance Incentives for Physicians Affect the Quality of Medical Care? – A Laboratory Experiment. Ruhr Economic Papers No 414 (2013). doi:10.4419/86788469 Details
  • Brosig-Koch, J., Hennig-Schmidt, H., Kairies, N., Wiesen, D.: How Effective are Pay-for-Performance Incentives for Physicians? – A Laboratory Experiment. Ruhr Economic Papers No 413 (2013). doi:10.4419/86788468 Details
  • Brosig-Koch, J., Hennig-Schmidt, H., Kairies, N., Wiesen, D.: How to Improve Patient Care? – An Analysis of Capitation, Fee-for-Service, and Mixed Payment Schemes for Physicians. Ruhr Economic Papers No 412 (2013). doi:10.4419/86788467 Details
  • Kairies, N.: P4P, Reputation and the Reduction of Costly Overprovision. Ruhr Economic Papers No 331 (2012). doi:10.4419/86788380

Work in Progress (selected)

  • Health Shocks, Patient Outcomes and Stability of Risk and TimePreferences. Interdisciplinary Field Study at the German Diabetes Center and the University Hospital Düsseldorf  (with Prof. Dr. Dr. Icks, Prof. Dr. Roden, Irene Mussio, Phd, & Natalia Bulla)
  • Patient Preferences in Cardiology. Interdisciplinary Field Study at the University Hospital Düsseldorf (with Prof. Dr. Dr. Icks & Prof. Dr. Kelm)
  • The Effect of Stress on Risk and Time Preferences: Can Mindfulness Meditation Help? Laboratory Experiment (with Irene Mussio, PhD, & Natalia Bulla)
  • Health Insurance Choice and Risk Preferences – Experimental Investigation of the Impact of a Preference-Based Insurance Finder (with  Jun.-Prof.Dr. Johanna Kokot, Dr. Markus Vomhof, & Benedicta Hermanns)