Economics (health economics) PhD Projects, Programs.
Nilesh’s research areas are Health Economics, Economics of Ageing, and Applied Econometrics. His PhD research investigates the interaction of health, caregiving, insurance, and economic activity of the elderly living in the USA. He is currently investigating the impact of long-term care insurance (LTCI) on the labor supply of the elderly using the Health and Retirement Study (HRS) of the USA.
The MSc in Health Economics and Policy meets the needs of those wishing to gain a deeper understanding of health economics theory, research and practice, whilst fulfilling their existing responsibilities. The programme is offered part-time and combines innovative distance learning with face-to-face teaching at an annual autumn Academy held in Lancaster.
Wharton’s PhD program in Health Care Management and Economics provides an interdisciplinary health services research focus applicable across private and public sectors. Overview The program combines intensive training in health care systems and health services research with advanced training in a traditional business discipline.
An economics PhD is one of the most attractive graduate programs: if you get through, you have a high chance of landing a good research job in academia or policy - promising areas for social impact - and you have back-up options in the corporate sector since the skills you learn are in-demand (unlike many PhD programs). You should especially consider an economics PhD if you want to go into.
The Centre for Applied Health Economics at Griffith University is conducting research on a variety of topics, some of which have potential for PhD projects. Below are some examples of such projects. If you are interested in doing a PhD with us please complete the checklist and send the required documents to us at contact us. Full details of the Griffith University PhD application process can.
Attend the 'How to do Economics' lecture course. Other postgraduate courses in research methods are organised by the Schools of Humanities and Social Sciences and the Physical Sciences, and are available to all PhD students. Undertake a minimum of four courses from PhD or MPhil Modules from at least two subject areas. You must achieve a pass.
The standard entry route into the PhD is from the MRes Economics programme, conditional on academic results and the availability of supervision. Candidates with an MRes or MPhil Economics degree from another institution, or a very strong MSc Economics or equivalent degree, can also be considered for direct entry into the PhD programme. Applicants whose master's-level studies have been outside.