About Us

The Health Economics Group conducts research to help answer questions such as:

  • How can we measure the economic-related determinants of poor health?
  • How do we value the benefits of technologies to prevent and treat ill-health?
  • What are the most efficient policy initiatives to promote better health and well-being?

This work is promoted through 4 research themes aimed at expanding existing methodologies and involving a range of research professionals from different backgrounds and skills. The Health Economics Group also contributes to teaching a wide range of courses and training.

Based within the Institute of Health & Society, the Health Economics Group works in collaboration with internal and external institutions such as: