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Sato, Azusa and Costa-Font, Joan (2014) The hedonic procedural effect of traditional medicines. Journal of Happiness Studies, 15 (5). pp. 1061-1084. ISSN 1389-4978
Jones, Roy W., Romeo, Renee, Trigg, Richard, Knapp, Martin, Sato, Azusa, King, Derek, Niecko, Timothy and Lacey, Loretto A. (2014) Dependence in Alzheimer's disease and service use costs, quality of life, and caregiver burden: The DADE study. Alzheimer's & Dementia . ISSN 1552-5260 (In Press)
Sato, Azusa and Costa-i-Font, Joan (2013) Social networking for medical information: a digital divide or a trust inquiry? Health Policy and Technology, 2 (3). pp. 139-150. ISSN 2211-8837
Sato, Azusa (2012) Do inequalities in health care utilization in developing countries change when we take into account traditional medicines? World Development, 40 (11). pp. 2275-2289. ISSN 0305-750X
Sato, Azusa (2012) Does socio-economic status explain use of modern and traditional health care services? Social Science and Medicine, 75 (8). pp. 1450-1459. ISSN 0277-9536
Naci, Huseyin, Cylus, Jonathan, Vandoros, Sotiris, Sato, Azusa and Perampaladas , Kumar (2012) Raising the bar for market authorisation of new drugs. BMC, 345 . e4261-e4261. ISSN 1756-1833
Sato, Azusa (2012) Revealing the popularity of traditional medicine in light of multiple recourses and outcome measurements from a user’s perspective: a study from two regions in Ghana. Health Policy and Planning, Online . ISSN 0268-1080
Costa-i-Font, Joan and Sato, Azusa (2012) Health systems futures: the challenges of technology, prevention and insurance. Futures, 44 (7). pp. 696-703. ISSN 0016-3287
Costa-i-Font, Joan, Hernandez-Quevedo, Christina and Sato, Azusa (2013) A 'Health Kuznets' curve'? Cross-country and longitudinal evidence. CESifo working paper, no. 4446. CESifo Group, Munich, Germany.
Sato, Azusa and Costa-i-Font, Joan (2012) Does culture matter at all in explaining why people still use traditional medicines? LSE Health working papers, 27. LSE Health, London, UK.
Sato, Azusa and Costa-i-Font, Joan (2012) The hedonic placebo effect of traditional medicines. LSE Health working papers, 28. LSE Health, London, UK.