LSHTM SEMINAR SERIES


Date: Wednesday  28th Septembet 2016

Sex, risk and incentives: The effect of new HIV prevention products on the market for commercial sex in South Africa

Matthew Quaife (LSHTM)

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Date: Wednesday  21st September 2016

The effect of differentiated soft drink tax: a censored panel data approach

Abdulfatah Adam, PhD Student (Department of Food and Resource Economics, University of Copenhagen

Sinne Smed, Associate Professor (Department of Food and Resource Economics, University of Copenhagen)


Date: Wednesday  27th July 2016, 12.45-14.00

Own and cross price elasticity for e-cigarettes among U.S. adult smokers

John Buckell (Yale)


Date: Thursday  21st July 2016, 12.45-14.00

Cost-Effectiveness of Community Health Workers: A Chronic Kidney Disease Markov Model

Dr David N. van der Goes, (RWJF Center for Health Policy, Department of Economics, College of Pharmacy, University of New Mexico)


Date: Wednesday  29th June 2016, 12.45-14.00

Cost-effectiveness analysis with informative missing data

Baptiste Leurent, Dr. Manuel Gomes, Prof. James Carpenter


Date: Wednesday  1st June 2016, 12.45-14.00

The role of culture in health behaviours: regression discontinuity evidence from Switzerland

Joachim Marti (Imperial College London)


Date: Wednesday 18th May 2016, 12.45-14.00

Implications of asymmetry in consumer response to price change – the case of health-related food taxes and subsidies

Laura Cornelsen, Mario Mazzocchi, Richard Smith


Date: Wednesday  4th May 2016, 12.45-14.00

More doctors in Malawi than Manchester?

 Kate Mandeville

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Date: Wednesday  26th April 2016

Reducing inequalities in what? A diagrammatic exposition inspired by the recent Norwegian debate on priority setting guidelines

 Jan Abel Olsen (University of Tromsø, Norway & Monash University, Australia)

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Date: Wednesday  30th March 2016

Is what we know about healthcare utilization and expenditures wrong? Evidence on the effect of recall and screening from a randomised survey experiment in India

Timothy Powell-Jackson, Sarah Tougher  & Varun Dutt


Date: Tuesday  22nd March 2016

Health Care supply and demand in low income settings: poverty, choice and information

Esther Duflo (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

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A recording of the talk is available here: Link to video

Support for this talk was provided by the Health Economics and Systems Analysis group  at LSHTM


Date: Wednesday 24 February 2016

Developing a Framework to allow for Informative Missingness in Cost-Effectiveness Analysis

Alexina Mason (LSHTM)

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Date: Wednesday 17 February 2016

The challenge of excess cigarette consumption in Russia: does raising prices work?

Diana Quirmbach (LSE)

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LONDON HEALTH ECONOMICS GROUP meeting

Date: Thursday 26 November 2015

Free Primary Care in Zambia: An Impact Evaluation Using a Pooled Synthetic Control Method

Mylene Lagarde (LSHTM)

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Healthcare equity trends in England

Richard Cookson (University of York)

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LSHTM SEMINAR SERIES

Date: Wednesday 28 October 2015

Understanding the underutilisation of evidence from economic evaluations in healthcare: a mixed methods design

Gregory Merlo (CRE-RHAI – Queensland University of Technology)

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Date: Wednesday 23 September 2015

Cost-effectiveness thresholds to inform resource allocation in low and middle income countries.

Paul Revill (CHE, University of York)

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Date: Wednesday 17 June 2015

Female empowerment and Wellbeing: Evidence from Africa.

Prof David Fielding (University of Otago), Aurelia Lepine (LSHTM)

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Date: Wednesday 20 May 2015

Economic evaluation of complex interventions using simulation modelling techniques

Armando Vargas Palacios (Leeds University)

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Date: Wednesday 29 April 2015

Caveat emptor NICE: biased use of cost-effectiveness analysis is inequitable

Jack Dowie (LSHTM)

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Date: Wednesday 22 April 2015

Pharmaceutical expenditure and economic growth: an instrumental analysis

Mujaheed Shaikh (Imperial College and Frankfurt School of Finance and Management)

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