Research

Who – I’m an Applied Economist working on Health and Healthcare.

What – I am interested in various topics, including: [health] policy evaluation, health systems and services research (focus on cancer screening and early detection), analysis of spillover effects in health[care], selection and moral hazard in health insurance, economics of health systems governance (focus on primary healthcare provision in LMICs), and development [health] economics.

How – I try to approach empirical studies with theoretical underpinnings, using econometric and network analysis tools and working comfortably across platforms (especially R and Stata).

Current First-authored Working Papers (sorted by maturity)

  • with Rachel Meacock, Jack Elliott, Søren R. Kristensen, Phillip Britteon, David Lugo Palacios and Matt Sutton. “Framework for identification and measurement of spillover effects in policy implementation: Intended Non-intended TargEted Non-Targeted Spillovers (INTENTS)”. Under review. [Abstract]
    Presentations: Winter Meeting HESG, virtual, 2021.
  • with Rachel Meacock and Matt Sutton. “Understanding Concordance in Health Behaviours among Couples: Evidence from the Bowel Cancer Screening Programme in England”. Under review. [Abstract]
    Presentations: APHEC Workshop, University of Genoa, 2021.
  • “Selection on moral hazard in the Swiss market for mandatory health insurance: Empirical evidence from Swiss Household Panel data”. Working paper. [Abstract]
    Presentations: Congress of the Scottish Economic Society, virtual, 2021; Health Economics Study group, University of Leeds, 2022.
  • with Kath Checkland, Jon Gibson, Sharon Spooner and Matt Sutton. “Skill-mix and outcomes in primary care: A longitudinal analysis of English General Practices for the period 2015-2019”. Working paper.
  • “Does Increased Operational Governance Reduce Payments for Free Healthcare Services? The Case of Deliveries in Tanzanian Government Health Facilities”. Work in progress. [Abstract]
    Presentations: iHEA World Congress, virtual, 2021.

Other co-authored work (* first author)

  • with Alex J. Turner*, Ruth Watkinson, Stephanie Gillibrand, and Matt Sutton. “Socioeconomic inequality in access to timely and appropriate care in emergency departments”. Revision required at Journal of Health Economics.
  • with Jack Elliott*, Rachel Meacock, and Matt Sutton. “Do informal care recipients internalise carer burden? Examining the effect of informal care receipt on health behaviours”. Under review.
  • with Ole K. Aars* and Oddvar Kaarboe. “GP quitting: a registry driven approach to explanations”. Work in progress.
  • with Ruth Watkinson, Stephanie Gillibrand, Alex J. Turner, and Matt Sutton. “A description of ethnic, gender, and income inequalities in waiting times across English Emergency Departments”. Work in progress.
  • with Catherine Campbell*, Rachel Meacock, and Matt Sutton. “Emergency care outcomes for university students following a deliberate self-harm event”. Work in progress.
    Presentations: Poster presented at the 2022 Winter HESG workshop in Leeds [here].

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