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Prediction of gastric cancer development by serum pepsinogen test and Helicobacter pylori seropositivity in Eastern Asians: a systematic review and meta-analysis
T Terasawa, H Nishida, K Kato, I Miyashiro, T Yoshikawa, R Takaku, ...
PloS one 9 (10), e109783, 2014
1222014
What the COVID-19 school closure left in its wake: Evidence from a regression discontinuity analysis in Japan
R Takaku, I Yokoyama
Journal of public economics 195, 104364, 2021
932021
Effects of reduced cost-sharing on children's health: evidence from Japan
R Takaku
Social Science & Medicine 151, 46-55, 2016
252016
The wall for mothers with first graders: availability of afterschool childcare and continuity of maternal labor supply in Japan
R Takaku
Review of Economics of the Household 17 (1), 177-199, 2019
182019
The Dedicated Emergency Physician Model of emergency care is associated with reduced pre-hospital transportation time: A retrospective study with a nationwide database in Japan
H Higashi, R Takaku, A Yamaoka, AK Lefor, T Shiga
PloS one 14 (4), e0215231, 2019
172019
What school closure left in its wake: contrasting evidence between parents and children from the first COVID-19 outbreak
R Takaku, I Yokoyama
Available at SSRN 3693484, 2020
162020
Affordable false teeth: the effects of patient cost sharing on denture utilization and subjective chewing ability
M Ando, R Takaku
The BE Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy 16 (3), 1387-1438, 2016
152016
Fiscal disparities among social health insurance programs in Japan
R Takaku, S Bessho, S Nishimura, N Ikegami
Universal health coverage for inclusive and sustainable development: lessons …, 2014
92014
Helicobacter pylori eradication treatment for gastric carcinoma prevention in asymptomatic or dyspeptic adults: systematic review and Bayesian meta-analysis of randomised …
T Terasawa, C Hamashima, K Kato, I Miyashiro, T Yoshikawa, R Takaku, ...
Bmj Open 9 (9), e026002, 2019
82019
Payment systems and hospital length of stay: a bunching-based evidence
R Takaku, A Yamaoka
International journal of health economics and management 19 (1), 53-77, 2019
82019
SARS-CoV-2 suppression and early closure of bars and restaurants: a longitudinal natural experiment
R Takaku, I Yokoyama, T Tabuchi, M Oguni, T Fujiwara
Scientific Reports 12 (1), 12623, 2022
62022
Political cycles in physician employment: A case of Japanese local public hospitals
R Takaku, S Bessho
Social Science & Medicine 216, 97-106, 2018
62018
The effect of patient cost sharing on health care utilization among low-income children
R Takaku
Hitotsubashi Journal of Economics, 69-88, 2017
62017
First daughter effects in Japan
R Takaku
Journal of the Japanese and International Economies 50, 48-59, 2018
52018
How serious was it? The impact of preschool closure on mothers’ psychological distress: Evidence from the first COVID-19 outbreak
I Yokoyama, R Takaku
The Japanese Economic Review, 1-21, 2024
42024
The financial health of “swing hospitals” during the first COVID-19 outbreak
R Takaku, I Yokoyama
Journal of the Japanese and international economies 65, 101218, 2022
42022
Do benefits in kind or refunds affect health service utilization and health outcomes? A natural experiment from Japan
R Takaku, S Bessho
Health Policy 121 (5), 534-542, 2017
32017
Are hospitals with both medical/surgical and psychiatric services associated with decreased difficulty in ambulance transfer for patients with self-harm behaviour? A nationwide …
T Chiba, R Takaku, E Ito, H Tamune, M Rivera, S Ikeda, T Shiga
BMJ open 13 (2), e065466, 2023
22023
Medical expenditure after marginal cut of cash benefit among public assistance recipients in Japan: natural experimental evidence
D Nishioka, R Takaku, N Kondo
J Epidemiol Community Health 76 (5), 505-511, 2022
22022
How is increased selectivity of medical school admissions associated with physicians’ career choice? A Japanese experience
R Takaku
Human Resources for Health 18 (1), 38, 2020
22020
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