Applicants must be candidates for a PhD in Economics registered at one of the member universities of SSPH+ or a university with which an agreement exists. Also eligible are people who already hold a PhD in Economics and have specialist knowledge of microeconomics and economics.
Core topics: Health economics, Health policy and politics, Econometric analysis in health economics, Applied welfare analysis in health, Empirical methods in health economics, Inequalities in health and healthcare,Econometric analysis of healthcare demand.
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Participants can be:
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