Date: June 25-29, 2018 Where: Rotterdam
This course will arm you with tools to measure health inequality. It will also make you familiar with models developed to explain socioeconomic disparities in health and competent in empirical methods used to estimate socioeconomic determinants of health.
The course is targeted at economists embarking on research on population health, as well as at researchers from the field of public health wishing to become competent in techniques employed by economists to measure and explain health inequality.
May 15 — Deadline has been extended, still a few seats left.
Owen O’Donnell and Tom van Ourti
The one-week crash course takes place on the campus of Erasmus University of Rotterdam (Polak Building), Burgemeester Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam.
3 ECTS (with completion of assessment)