Health Economics: Demand
Graduate-level course in the Economics of Health. Emphasis on acquiring a set of tools and a framework within which to organize empirical analysis. Focus on decisions made by household members and the market for health insurance. Relevance for students interested in broader empirical microeconomic research. Pre-requisite: Either ECON601 or 605 or 701 or 705, plus either ECON608 and 703, or ECON707. 3 units.