Course that I have taught several times to PhD students in Medical Science. Introduces the most common tools for economic evaluation in health care and public health. Next occasion fall 2019.

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Cost-Effectiveness Analysis 1

I taught Principles of microeconomics in the spring of 2018 at Williams College. 

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Principles of micro

Course offered as a continuation of CEA 1. Focuses on cost-effectiveness analysis alongside clinical trials and statistical methods relevant to analyze patient-level data.

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Cost-Effectiveness Analysis 2

A course on Applied Welfare Analysis (benefit-cost analysis and cost-effectiveness analysis) that I developed and taught in 2017 at Williams.

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Public Policy Evaluation