My primary research interests are in the field of Applied Economics and
Econometrics, more in particular, in Healthcare Innovation and Hospital
Efficiency, Regional Economics and Policy Evaluation. All these fields of research are analysed from an empirical perspective.
I am currently involved in three main projects:
- CRES-UPF - Obra Social de la Caixa: "Physical Activity and Mental Health" with Helena Hernández-Pizarro
Prize for the best paper ("The creep of the robots") presented at the Spanish Health Economics Association Meeting, University of Castilla la Mancha, Albacete (2019) by a young researcher. Funded by "Cátedra CaixaBank-Fedea".
R&R AND WORKING PAPERS
Maynou, L., Ordóñez, J. and Silva, J.I. (2020). NEET rates convergence in Europe: a regional analysis. Economics Department, Universitat Jaume I, Castellón (Spain) Working Papers 08/20. (R&R Economic Modelling)
Maynou, L., Troutman, G., McGuire, A. and Serra-Sastre, V. (2020). The diffusion of robotic surgery: examining technology use in the English NHS. (submitted)
Friebel, R. and Maynou, L. (2021). Trends and characteristics of opioid-driven hospitalizations in England, 2008-2018: a population-based retrospective cohort study to investigate a silent epidemic (submitted).
Jofre-Bonet, M., Iori, G., Maynou, L., Tumminello, M. and Vassallo, P. (2021). Performance-based
research funding: Evidence from the largest natural experiment worldwide.
Serra, L. and Maynou, L. (2019). How different socioeconomic conditions affect economic inequality in the Catalan regions.
Maynou, L. (2016). Restrictive vs Non-Restrictive drug reimbursement systems: evidence from the European countries. CRESWP#201612-95
Maynou, L. and Cairns, J. (2016). An Empirical Analysis of Drug Reimbursement Decisions in 10 European countries. Working Paper LSHTM-THETA nº2.
WORK IN PROGRESS
- "The creep of the robots" (joint with McGuire, A., LSE, Serra-Sastre, V., City, University London, Troutman, G., LSE)
- "What explains variation in performance across emergency departments?" (joint with Andrew Street, LSE, Suzanne Mason, University of Sheffield and Simon Conroy, University of Leicester)
- "The lower
physical activity, the lower mental wellbeing: evidence from Catalonia" (joint
with Hernández-Pizarro, H., CRES-UPF)