Journal article

WHAT FACTORS INFLUENCE THE EARNINGS OF GENERAL PRACTITIONERS AND MEDICAL SPECIALISTS? EVIDENCE FROM THE MEDICINE IN AUSTRALIA: BALANCING EMPLOYMENT AND LIFE SURVEY

Terence Chai Cheng, Anthony Scott, Sung-Hee Jeon, Guyonne Kalb, John Humphreys, Catherine Joyce

Health Economics | WILEY-BLACKWELL | Published : 2012

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Awarded by National Health and Medical Research Council Health Services Research Grant


Funding Acknowledgements

This work was supported by a National Health and Medical Research Council Health Services Research Grant (454799) and the Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing. The views in this paper are those of the authors alone. The authors thank the two anonymous referees for their helpful comments. The authors also thank the doctors who gave their valuable time to participate in MABEL and the other members of the MABEL team for data cleaning and comments on drafts of this paper: Danny Hills, Daniel Kuehnle, Anne Leahy, Matthew McGrail, Michelle McIsaac, Stefanie Schurer, Durga Shrestha and Peter Sivey. The study was approved by the University of Melbourne Faculty of Economics and Commerce Human Ethics Advisory Group (Ref. 0709559) and the Monash University Standing Committee on Ethics in Research Involving Humans (Ref. CF07/1102-2007000291). The authors declare that there is no conflict of interest.