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|Title:||Allocation of residency training position in Spain: contextual effects on speciality preferences||Authors:||González López-Valcárcel, Beatriz
Barber Pérez, Patricia
|UNESCO Clasification:||531207 Sanidad||Keywords:||MIR
personal de la sanidad pública
|Issue Date:||2016||Abstract:||In Spain's “MIR” system, medical school graduates are ranked by their performance on a national exam and then sequentially choose from the available residency training positions. We took advantage of a unique survey of participants in the 2012 annual MIR cycle to analyze preferences under two different choice scenarios: the residency program actually chosen by each participant when it came her turn (the “real”); and the program that she would have chosen if all residency training programs had been available (the “counterfactual”). Utilizing conditional logit models with random coefficients, we found significant differences in medical graduates' preferences between the two scenarios, particularly with respect to three specialty attributes: work hours/lifestyle, prestige among colleagues, and annual remuneration.||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/10553/19089||Source:||"Health Economics, 2016\n "||Rights:||by-nc-nd|
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