Health Econometrics Seminars
Presentations are made by researchers and graduate students at University of Aberdeen on the topic of econometric research methods.
The Health Economteric Seminars are on hold until further notice.
- 11 February 2020, Zoé Ejebu, IMS-Level 5 Conference Room, 2pm-3pm. Using dynamic models to understand the effect of price promotion on habit formation of discretionary food.
Health Econometric Workshop Series 2019
- 19 March 2019, Uma Thomas, Attakrit Leckcivilize and Nicolas Krucien, Rm1:029, 2pm-3pm, Title: Interaction effects in non-linear models.
- 28 March 2019, Professor Mark Harris (Curtin University), Rm1:029, 2pm-4pm, Title: Econometrics Workshop.
- 18 June 2019, Econometrics Workshop: An informal look at machine learning. Rm1:029, 2pm-3pm.
Health Econometric Workshop Series 2017-18
- 15 November 2017, Daniel Kopasker, Rm 1:029, 1pm-2pm, Title: Skill mix and patient outcomes: a multi-country analysis of heart disease and breast cancer patients.
- 27 February 2018, Alastair Irvine, Rm 1:029, 2pm-3pm, Title: Analysing experiment data as a panel.
- 29 May 2018, Attakrit Leckcivilize / Ni Gao, Rm 0:054, 2pm-3pm, Panel data.
- 12 June 2018, Daniel Kopasker, Rm 0:054, 2pm-3pm, Panel data with limited dependent variable.
Health Econometric Workshop Series 2016-2017
- 24 October 2016, Ramses Abul Naga, Room 1:029, Title: Estimation of inequality indices of the cumulative distribution function.
15 March 2017, Zoé Ejebu, Room 1:029, Title: The moderator role of organisational commitment in the occupational mental ill-health and workplace performance relationship.
3rd April 2017, Attakrit Leckcivilize, Room 1:029, 10am, Title: The role of household income and main source of income in determinants of dietary inequalities.
Health Econometrics Workshop Series 2015-2016
12 October 2015, Zoé Ejebu, Room 1:029, Title: Impact of working conditions and mental illness on absenteeism in the public sector.
2 November 2015, Dami Olajide, Room 1:029, Title: The impact of diet and physical activity on obesity-related hospitalisations in Scotland: a regression discontinuity design approach.
18 January 2016, Liam Mc Morrow, Room 3:052, Title: Diet quality and time preferences.
7 March 2016, Alastair Irvine, Room 1:029, Title: General Practitioner time preferences: results of a pilot study.
4 April 2016, Nicolas Krucien, Room 1:029, Title: Influence of medical school factors on students’ preferences: Extending the choice modelling to more than two levels.
- 16 May 2016, Laura Dysart, Room 1:029, Title: Health shocks and endogenous time discounting.