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Health Economics (ECON730)

Course description

Health economics is a rapidly growing and increasingly popular field in economics. This course will survey recent work in health economics. The course will mainly cover evidence-based empirical research using recent econometric tools such as regression discontinuity design or randomized controlled trials. Topics include demand and supply of healthcare services, economic returns to medical care, economic issues in health insurance reforms, long-term effects of early-life health shocks, health ...


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Graded, 0.5 Credit Units

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