Martina Grunow holds a PhD in Economics from Augsburg University, Germany where she graduated in 2014 and an MSc in Economics from Freie Universität Berlin, Germany. She has been Visiting Doctoral Student at Manchester University since 2013.
Martina's research interests are in the field of health economics, applied microeconometrics, and behavioral economics. Her recent and current research deals with the evaluation of health care services, determinants of individual health, health care supply, and health behavior. Upcoming research and international cooperation focus on risk attitudes and prevention, individual perception and its impact on health care behaviour, and further aspects of an organized mammography screening program, amongst other topics.
These will include analyses of large data sets, as well as conducting experiments.