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Bas Donkers

Research Fellow

University
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Research field
Organizations and Markets
Interests
Econometrics, Health, Marketing

List of publications

de Bekker-Grob, E.W., Swait, J., Kassahun, H.T., Bliemer, MCJ, Jonker, M.F., Veldwijk, J., Cong, K. and Rose, J.M. (2019). Are Healthcare Choices Predictable? The Impact of Discrete Choice Experiment Designs and Models Value in Health, 22(9):1050--1062.

Jonker, M.F., Donkers, B., de Bekker - Grob, E.W. and Stolk, E.A. (2019). Attribute level overlap (and color coding) can reduce task complexity, improve choice consistency, and decrease the dropout rate in discrete choice experiments Health Economics, 28(3):350--363.

Jonker, M.F., Donkers, B., de Bekker - Grob, E.W. and Stolk, E.A. (2018). Advocating a Paradigm Shift in Health-State Valuations: The Estimation of Time-Preference Corrected QALY Tariffs Value in Health, 21(8):993--1001.

Jonker, M.F., Donkers, B., de Bekker - Grob, E.W. and Stolk, E.A. (2018). The Effect of Level Overlap and Color Coding on Attribute Non-attendance in Discrete Choice Experiments Value in Health, 21(7):767--771.

Lim, S., Jonker, M.F., Oppe, M., Donkers, B. and Stolk, E.A. (2018). Severity-Stratified Discrete Choice Experiment Designs for Health State Evaluations Pharmacoeconomics (Print), 36(11):1377--1389.

Donkers, B., van Diepen, M. and Franses, P.H.B.F. (2017). Do charities get more when they ask more often? Evidence from a unique field experiment Journal of Socio-economics, 66:58--65.

Jonker, M.F., Attema, A.E., Donkers, B., Stolk, E.A. and Versteegh, M.M. (2017). Are Health State Valuations from the General Public Biased? A Test of Health State Reference Dependency Using Self-assessed Health and an Efficient Discrete Choice Experiment Health Economics, 26(12):1534--1547.

Jacobs, B.J.D., Donkers, B. and Fok, D. (2016). Model-based Purchase Predictions for Large Assortments Marketing Science, 35(3):389--404.

van Schie, R, Dellaert, B.G.C. and Donkers, B. (2015). Promoting Later Planned Retirement: Construal Level Intervention Impact Reverses with Age Journal of Economic Psychology, 50:124--131.

Goossens, L.M.A., Utens, C.M.A., Smeenk, F.W., Donkers, B., van Schayck, C.P. and Rutten - van Molken, M.P.M.H. (2014). Should I stay or should I go home? A latent class analysis of a discrete choice experiment on hospital-at-home. Value in Health, 17(5):588--596.

Dellaert, B.G.C., Donkers, B. and van Soest, A. (2012). Complexity Effects in Choice Experiment-Based Models Journal of Marketing Research, 49(3):424--434.

van Schie, R, Donkers, A.C.D. and Dellaert, B.G.C. (2012). Saving Adequacy Uncertainty: Driver or Obstacle for Retirement Decision Making? Journal of Economic Psychology, 33(4):882--896.

Almeida Camacho, N.M., Donkers, B. and Stremersch, S. (2011). Predictably Non-Bayesian: Quantifying Salience Effects in Physician Learning about Drug Quality Marketing Science, 30(2):305--320.

de Bekker-Grob, E.W., Hol, L., Donkers, B., van Dam, L., Habbema, J.D.F., van Leerdam, M.E., Kuipers, E.J. and Essink-Bot, M.L. (2010). Labeled versus Unlabeled Discrete Choice Experiments in Health Economics: An Application to Colorectal Cancer Screening Value in Health, 13(2):315--323.

Haeubl, G, Dellaert, B.G.C. and Donkers, B. (2010). Tunnel Vision: Local Behavioral Influences on Consumer Decisions in Product Search Marketing Science, 29(3):438--455.

Li, Youwei, Donkers, B. and Melenberg, Bertrand (2010). The econometric analysis of microscopic simulation models Quantitative Finance, 10(10):1187--1201.

Donkers, B., van Diepen, M. and Franses, P.H.B.F. (2009). Dynamic and Competitive Effects of Direct Mailings: A Charitable Giving Application Journal of Marketing Research, 46(1):120--133.

van Diepen, M., Donkers, B. and Franses, P.H.B.F. (2009). Does Irritation Induced by Charitable Direct Mailings Reduce Donations? International Journal of Research in Marketing, 26(3):180--188.

Donkers, B. and Schafgans, M. (2008). Estimation and Specification of Semiparametric Multiple Index Models Econometric Theory, 24(6):1584--1606.

Donkers, B., Verhoef, P.C. and de Jong, M.G. (2007). Modeling CLV: A test of competing models in the insurance industry Quantitative Marketing and Economics, 5(2):163--190.

Donkers, B., Paap, R., Jonker, J.J. and Franses, P.H.B.F. (2006). Deriving Target Selection Rules from Endogenously Selected Samples Journal of Applied Econometrics, 21(5):549--562.

Donkers, B., Franses, P.H.B.F. and Verhoef, P.C. (2003). Selective Sampling for Binary Choice Models Journal of Marketing Research, 40(4):492--497.

Verwaal, E. and Donkers, B. (2003). Customs-related transaction costs, firm size and international trade intensity Small Business Economics, 21(3):257--271.

Donkers, B., Melenberg, B. and van Soest, A. (2001). Estimating risk attitudes using lotteries: a large sample approach Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 22(2):165--195.

Das, M. and Donkers, B. (1999). How certain are Dutch households about future income? An empirical analysis The Review of Income and Wealth, 45:325--338.

Donkers, B. and van Soest, A. (1999). Subjective measure of household preferences and financial decision Journal of Economic Psychology, 20:613--642.