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The 5-day 'Advanced' Workshop deals with advanced methods in cost-effectiveness analysis for pharmaceuticals and other health care technologies. It is structured around the analytical steps required to develop economic analyses to inform decision makers such as reimbursement agencies, hospital...
This program is designed to provide an overview of concepts and techniques essential for the analysis of health policies, at the frontier of health economics research. Instructors will develop the following topics, centered on health policies: economic preferences and behavior, demand and supply...
The workshop covers the key principles of outcome measurement and valuation as well as their practical implementation in health technology assessment. It focusses on the design, construction and application of a range of approaches to measuring and valuing health outcomes. The approaches...
Theme: Revolutions in the Economics of Health Systems
The International Conference on Sustainable Development 2017 Canada consists of following themes. 1. Development, 2. Economics, 3. Environment and Natural Resources, 4. Food and Agriculture, 5. Governance, 6. Health, 7. Information and communication, 8. Science and technology, 9. Social policy....
This one-day workshop discusses future directions of social inequality research. It especially welcomes young scholars’ work in progress (graduate students and post-docs).
CINCH Academy is a PhD summer program for research in Health Economics. It consists of lecture sessions and presentations, where participants present their own work. The first half of the course provides an overview on inequality in health, while the second part is dedicated to health...
Thematic tracks: Macroeconomics; Business and Management; International Politics; Europe and the World; Forum of Regions; Society; Security Forum; Energy Forum; Innovations and Sustainable Development; The European Union and its Neighbours; New Economy; State and Reforms; Health Care Forum.
The annual AHES conference is Australia’s premier health economics research event, and is open to all health economics fields.
List of Themes: Fertility, Family, Marriage and Work; Labour Market Discrimination; Retirement; Labour Supply and Taxation; Labour Force and Employment; Labour Demand; Occupational Choice and Intergenerational Mobility; Education, Training and Human Capital; Econometric Methods for Policy...
Created in cooperation with RFE-Resources for Economists of the American Economic Association (AEA)