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Author instructions: Highlights should be submitted as a separate source file in EES (i.e. Microsoft Word not PDF) by selecting "Highlights" from the drop-down list when uploading files. Please adhere to the specifications below


  • Include 3 to 5 highlights.
  • There should be a maximum of 85 characters, including spaces, per highlight.
  • Only the core results of the paper should be covered.


Journal of Health Economics, Volume 29, Issue 4, July 2010, 524-535

  • We model two hospitals which have regulated prices and compete on quality.
  • We examine changes in the level of information about hospital quality.
  • Increasing information will increase quality if hospital costs are similar.
  • Increasing information will decrease quality if hospital costs are very different.
  • Welfare effects depend on ex-ante or ex-post assumptions about quality information.

Applied Catalysis A, General, Volumes 411-412, 16 January 2012, 7-14

  • Highly c-axis oriented ZnO nanowires were grown on glass using aqueous solutions.
  • The growth temperature does not exceed 95 °C in any step of the synthesis.
  • The photocatalytic and wetting properties were studied upon UV irradiation.
  • ZnO nanowires show superior photocatalytic activity.

Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA), Bioenergetics, Volume 1807, Issue 10, October 2011, 1364-1369

  • A conformational two-state mechanism for proton pumping complex I is proposed.
  • The mechanism relies on stabilization changes of anionic ubiquinone intermediates.
  • Electron-transfer and protonation should be strictly controlled during turnover.

Learning and Instruction, Volume 21, Issue 6, December 2011, 746-756

  • Fading of a script alone does not foster domain-general strategy knowledge.
  • Performance of the strategy declines during the fading of a script.
  • Monitoring by a peer keeps performance of the strategy up during script fading.
  • Performance of a strategy after fading fosters domain-general strategy knowledge.
  • Fading and monitoring by a peer combined foster domain-general strategy knowledge.