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Health Economics (ECON215)

Course description

Health economics is a rapidly growing field of applied economics. The objective of this course is to gain understanding of basic concepts of economics of health and health care. Economic concepts such as scarcity, incentives, marginal analysis, dead-weight loss, profit-maximization and cost-minimization will be used throughout this course. It first begins with demand-and-supply analysis of health and medical care and production of health. It then discusses the importance of asymmetric informa...


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Graded, 1.0 Credit Units

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