The Canadian Centre for Health Economics was successfully launched on Thursday, November 28, 2013 at the University of Toronto. / Le Centre canadien de l’économie de la santé a démarré le jeudi 28 novembre 2013 à l’université de Toronto.
The Humble Economist collects together the most important writings of Professor Tony Culyer, a founding father of health economics who helped set up the UK National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence. / The Humble Economist est un compendium des écrits les plus importants du professeur Tony Culyer, un des pères de l’économie de la santé qui a mis sur pieds la “National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence” du Royaume-Uni.
Research conducted through the Canadian Centre for Health Economics is led by researchers and students across Canada and around the world. / La recherche effectuée par l’entremise du Centre canadien pour l’économie de la santé est guidée par des chercheurs et des étudiants au Canada et dans le reste du monde.
The Canadian Centre for Health Economics (CCHE) strives to be a focal point for health economics research in Canada and aims to provide solutions to health policy issues while advancing theoretical and econometric modeling techniques.
CCHE’s Working Paper Series features the unpublished research of Centre Associates and Fellows for the purpose of discussion and feedback. The series includes papers concerned with both the application and development of theoretical and econometric frameworks to a range of health related questions.
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The humble economist collects together the most important writings of Professor Tony Culyer, a founding father of health economics who helped set up the UK National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence. It distils a powerful set of ideas that have profoundly influenced health policy and decision making, and shows how reason and evidence can be used to improve decision making in any area of social policy. The book comprises twenty-one short essays, selected and revised by Culyer himself, together with an introduction by the editors which draws out key themes and provides an overview of Culyer’s life and work. It is available in low cost paperback and ebook formats.