Wednesday 25th April – Friday 27th April 2018
Mantra Lorne, Great Ocean Road, Victoria
This workshop provides a forum for the development and dissemination of applications of econometrics and other quantitative approaches in health economics. The workshop will follow the format of the long-running European workshops on Econometrics and Health Economics. A selection of papers from the workshop will be published in a special issue of Health Economics.
The program consists of fourteen papers. Each paper is allocated one hour, which is made up of a presentation by the author, followed by a response from a nominated discussant and general discussion. Presentations by doctoral students and junior researchers are encouraged. The number of participants is limited to 40. Workshop participants will be expected to attend the whole of the meeting and play a role as either author, discussant or chair-person.
|Anthony Scott, University of Melbourne
Michael Shields, Monash University
|Registration and Submissions
|Submission of full draft of paper (not submitted to a journal) by Friday 24 November 2017
Registration of interest to be a discussant or chair by Friday 24 November 2017
$250 for PhD students
CHE general inquiries +61 3 9905 0733
|The workshop commences at lunchtime on Wednesday 25th April and concludes in the afternoon on Friday 27th April 2018.
Coach transfers from Melbourne
Two nights bed and breakfast
Submission of Papers
|Papers for the 2018 workshop will be selected on the basis of full drafts. Submitted papers should be unpublished and not submitted for publication in a peer reviewed journal. Electronic submission of papers is required and can be uploaded on the registration page, the deadline for submitting papers is: Friday 24th November 2017.
Decisions will be made by 18th December 2017.
|Denzil Fiebig (CHAIR), University of New South Wales
|Bill Greene, New York University
|Bruce Hollingsworth, University of Lancaster
|Liana Jacobi, University of Melbourne
|Andrew Jones, University of York
|Centre for Health Economics, Monash University
|Melbourne Institute: Applied Economic & Social Research