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JULY 4-8, 2016
Application Deadline: May 13, 2016 
Tinbergen Institute and Erasmus University Rotterdam offer a one-week summer school in the economics of health inequality in Rotterdam, the Netherlands on July 4-8, 2016.
The goals are to arm students with tools to measure health inequality and to make them familiar with methods used to explain socioeconomic disparities in health.
Lectures will introduce concepts, explain measures and models, and review evidence. Computing sessions, using STATA®, will give students hands-on experience calculating measures, applying decomposition techniques and estimating models. Example STATA® do-files will be provided. Students will complete an assignment during the week and present results on the final afternoon. The tentative course syllabus can be found here. The summer school is taught in English
The summer school will be highly quantitative and interactive. It is aimed at students who have done an intermediate course in statistics, are familiar with regression analysis and preferably have completed an intermediate course in microeconomics. Those with a public health background who have not previously followed a course in economics should be comfortable with quantitative analysis and be competent in basic calculus. Familiarity with the statistical package STATA® is an advantage. Admission requirements are listedhere.
Course will be taught by Tinbergen Institute research fellows and health economics experts Owen O’ Donnell, Tom van Ourti , Eddy van Doorslaer, Titus Galama, and Hans van Kippersluis.
A participation fee applies. More details can be found here.

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