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PhD in Public Policy and Administration + European Health Economics Program (cohort 2017-18 only)

PhD program Director
Prof. Ross MACMILLAN

PhD Administrative Assistant
Silvia Acquati 


European Health Economics Program Coordinator
Prof. Aleksandra TORBICA

European Health Economics Program Administrative Assistant
Chiara Peverelli

 

The European Health Economics Program (EHEP) is part of the European Training Network (ETN) project IQCE “Improving Quality of Care in Europe” (H2020- MSCA-ITN_2016 Project "Marie Sklodowska-Curie") and it is embedded within Bocconi’s Public Policy and Administration (PP&A) program.

The program refers to 2017-18 cohort of students only.
 

Partner Universities:

  • UNIVERSITAET HAMBURG (UHAM) - Germany Hamburg - Center for Health Economics (HCHE)
  • UNIVERSITY OF YORK - United Kingdom - Centre for Health Economics (CHE)
  • ERASMUS UNIVERSITEIT ROTTERDAM (EUR) -Netherlands - Health Policy & Management (iBMG)
  • FACULDADE DE ECONOMIA DA UNIVERSIDADE NOVA DE LISBOA (FE UNL) - Portugal - Nova School of Business and Economics (NOVA SBE)
  • UNIVERSITA’ COMMERCIALE LUIGI BOCCONI (UB)  - Italy - Centre for Research on Health and Social Care Management (CERGAS)
  • SYDDANSK UNIVERSITET (SDU)  - Denmark - Centre of Health Economics Research (COHERE)

Partner Institutions:

  • St Jude Medical Coordination Center -BVBA -  Lundbeck GmbH - Germany
  • Department of Health England - United Kingdom
  • Dutch Health Insurance Board - Netherlands
  • EUHEA - Switzerland
  • German Association of University Hospitals - Germany
  • National Health Service - Italy
  • National Health Service Portugal - Portugal
  • Techniker Krankenkasse- WINEG Germany
  • The Danish Association of Regions - Denmark
  • Odense University Hospital-RUGP - Denmark
  • Valenti Centre for Health Economics Italy, Istituto Mario Negri
  • WHO Europe - Belgium

 

Early Stage Researchers (ESR):

Each University selects its early stage researchers (ESR); the overall number is 15; Bocconi selects 2 ESR (n. 4 and 13).
The topic of their research is:
ESR 4: Exploiting administrative databases to improve evidence
ESR 13: Economic shocks, subjective well-being and adaption

Last modified 23/09/2016 - 14:30:22