New date for first lecture: 25.10.23
The course requires a good knowledge of microeconomics. In addition, students should be familiar with regression analysis.
The course provides an overview of the economics of health and health care. We use microeconomic methods to analyze how decisions are taken by actors in the health care system. The aim of the course is to provide the economic analytical tools needed to inform public policy debates about health and health care. We will examine a number of important policy issues, e.g., the consequences of ageing and the regulation of health insurance markets. We will also discuss lastest empirical evidence that allows making causal statements about the effectiveness of policies and health care system desing.
For further information please contact Nikolaos Prodromidis.
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