Prof. Dr. Thomas Siedler from the University of Potsdam is investigating the effects of air quality on population health in Germany.
Resarch Seminar: "Public preferences for value based healthcare attributes – a discrete choice experiment"
Prof. Henry Cutler from the Center for the Health Economy at Macquarie University Sydney speaks about the shift towards value-based healthcare in our research seminar. He compares the European efforts with Australia's “Leading Better Value Care” (LBVC) initiative, which was launched in 2017. The objective of the study was to develop weights of public importance for LBVC objectives to help local...
For the second time since 2019, the HCHE is inviting all former doctoral students and graduates to an alumni meeting in Hamburg on May 3, 2024. The event will take place together with the graduation ceremony of the students of the Master's program Health Economics & Health Care Management. In addition to the official program with various speeches and honors, the alumni meeting also serves as an...
Research Seminar: "More than joints: multi-substance use, choice limitations, and policy implications"
Prof. Michelle Sovinsky from the University of Mannheim is investigating how access and consumption of legal and illegal substances can influence each other and which political decisions could curb an increase in consumption of it.
Prof. Erik Grönqvist from Uppsala University will speak at the research seminar about the Swedish population's preferences regarding the trade-off between cost-effectiveness and disease severity in the context of healthcare prioritization.
The HCHE Center Day will take place again in June 2024. This event offers HCHE members the opportunity to present their own research projects and discuss them with colleagues. The HCHE event aims to promote scientific exchange and networking among HCHE researchers.
Prof. Frederik Plesner Lyngse from the Department of Public Health at the University of Copenhagen is investigating whether and how early labor market choices determine longer-run career versus family outcomes differentially for male and female professionals.
Prof. Miriam Wüst from the Department of Economics at the University of Copenhagen / Center for Economic Behavior and Inequality talks about the social, economic and health effects for families in relation to possible changes to the amount of child benefit.
Research Seminar: "Self-medication under uncertainty: insights on consumer behaviour and drug quality in Burkina Faso"
Prof. Renate Hartwig from RWI – Leibniz Institute for Economic Research and the Ruhr University Bochum presents insights into consumer behavior and drug quality in Burkina Faso.
The 51st Seminar of the European Group of Risk and Insurance Economists (EGRIE) will take place at the Universität Hamburg. Petra Steinorth, core member of the Hamburg Center for Health Economics, is the local organizer
EGRIE is one of the four largest organisations in the field of risk and insurance worldwide.