Maksym Obrizan holds a position of Assistant professor at KSE and of Senior Economist at KEI. He is the author of numerous academic publications in both national and foreign editions which are related to his scientific interests focused on Applied Health Economics and Macroeconomics.
He received his PhD in Economics at the University of Iowa in 2010 having previously received Master’s degree with honours in Economics at EERCat NaUKMA.
Exploring Cross-Country Variation in Government Shares: What Can We Learn from Relative Productivities? (accepted to Macroeconomic Dynamics)
Defining Emergency Department Episodes by Severity and Intensity: A 15-year Prospective Study of Medicare Beneficiaries (BMC Health Services Research)
A Longitudinal Study of Chiropractic Use Among Older Adults in the United States (Chiropractic & Osteopathy)
Prior Hospitalization and the Risk of Heart Attack in Older Adults: A 12-Year Prospective Study of Medicare Beneficiaries (J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci)
The Aftermath of Hip Fracture: Discharge Placement, Functional Status Change and Mortality (American Journal of Epidemiology)
Recent Hospitalization and the Risk of Hip Fracture Among Older Americans (J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci)
A 12-Year Prospective Study of Stroke Risk in Older Medicare Beneficiaries (BMC Geriatrics)