Location: Harvard University
Theme: Health Economics and Policy
Dates: July 1st and 2nd, 2020
Participation fees: £250
Deadline for full paper submissions: 30 January 2020
Decision of acceptance: 25 February 2020
This study group provides a forum of two days for bringing together graduates and researchers who wish to discuss work in progress and explore opportunities for new research related health economics. Participants are expected to attend the entire meeting and take an active part as either author or discussant. The gala dinner of the workshop will take on 1st of July.
Marcella Alsan (Harvard), Pierre Azoulay (MIT)
David Bradford (Georgia), Danielle Li (MIT)
Scientific Committee: R. Conti (Harvard), M. Darden (Hopkins), O. Giuntella (Pittsburgh), M. Hernandez Veras (UCL), M. Limdenboom (Amsterdam), J. Mullay (Wisconsin), G. Pasini (Venice) R. Sadun (Harvard), L. Siciliani (York) J. Skinner (Dartmouth), D. Slusky (Kentucky), A. Stern (Harvard), G. Turati (Cattolica), J. Winter (Munich)
Local organizers: Amitabh Chandra (Harvard), Francesco Moscone (Brunel) and Catia Nicodemo (Oxford)
This two-day course will serve as an introduction to some of the concepts and principles in the economics of health and health care. It will provide an in-depth understanding of the tools usually used by health economists to address issues of health policy. Econometric techniques to evaluate public health interventions and policy will be used. This two-day course covers a range of econometric evaluation techniques that are used to measure policy impacts. Consideration is given to standard regression-based approaches, instrumental methods, difference-in-differences and matching methods using statistical packages.
Aimed at PhD, MPhil and MD students, researchers, NHS professionals, GPs, managers, CEOs interested in pursuing a high-stake career in the field, this programme provides an introduction to the central issues in health economics and health policy.
Course content: The course will cover: Health policy and economic principles and the distinction between health and health care. Health care as an economic commodity. How markets and insurance markets work, and how they can fail for health care and health insurance. Incentive mechanisms and principal-agent relationships in health care. Hospital competition and Diagnostic Related Group (DRG) payment schemes. Economic evaluation. The course will combine theory and applied methods using case studies and data analysis.
On behalf of the European Health Economics Association and the Portuguese Association of Health Economics (APES) it is our great pleasure to welcome you to the 6th EuHEA PhD Student-Supervisor and Early Career Researcher Conference, taking place between the 4th and 6th of September, at Católica Porto Business School, in Porto, Portugal.
On the 13rd and 14th of September 2019 the Centre for Health Economics Aphec has been organized the 1st Aphec (AdvancedPharmaco&HealthEconomics – www.aphec.unige.it) Workshop.
The deadline to submit a paper is May 31st, 2019.