Applied Microeconometrics

Applied microeconometric research focuses on the analysis of large data sets to explore issues related to health.

Please see ongoing projects and recent publication for examples of our research. Our main research areas are:

  • Econometric analysis of health-related behaviours and choices on individual and family health outcomes.
  • Provide evidence of the relationships between health outcomes and costs related to health interventions.
  • Develop methodologies to explore socioeconomic inequalities in health and well-being over the life course.

Given the growing capacity within the group, collaboration in assisting with questionnaire design and analysis is welcomed. Please feel free to contact  Dr Jing Shen or  Dr Heather Brown