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Summer School course: Inequalities in Health and Healthcare
Date: July 13-17, 2020
Venue: Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands
Professors Owen O’Donnell and Tom Van Ourti will be running the short course  “Inequalities in Health and Healthcare” again on July 13-17, 2020, as part of the Tinbergen Institute Summer School program.
This course equips students with tools to measure health inequality. It evaluates the normative foundations of inequality measures. You will become familiar with methods used to explain socioeconomic disparities in health and to identify inequity in the distribution of healthcare. You will be given ample opportunity to put all these methods into practice with hands-on analysis of data using Stata®.
We welcome research master’s students, PhD students, postdocs and researchers with an interest in a quantitative approach to health inequality.
The course is targeted at economists embarking on research on population health and the distribution of healthcare, as well as at researchers from the field of public health wishing to become competent in techniques used by economists to analyze inequality in health and healthcare. The material is also of interest to cost-effectiveness researchers who want to broaden their toolkit to distributionally sensitive health economic evaluation.
For further information and to apply, please see the website:
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