Nicolas joined HERU as Research Fellow in November 2013. He completed his MSc and PhD in Health Economics at the University of Paris 11 (France). He is an applied micro-econometrician working in the fields of choice modelling and health economics. Nicolas contributes to the Methods of Benefit Valuation theme and has been involved in a number of research projects about stated preferences methods. He is currently involved in projects using an eye-tracker to investigate how participants in choice experiments process information about medical services.
Are visual attention and preferences telling us the same story about multi-attributes choices?
7th October 2015, HERU (University of Aberdeen, UK), Internal seminar series
Is there a role for regret minimisation in the patients’ choices?
22th November 2013, HERU (Univ of Aberdeen, UK), Stated Preferences meeting
What can hypothetical choices tell us about unobservable behaviours?
16th July 2014, Trinity Conference Centre (Dublin, Ireland), 10th World Congress in Health Economics
Introduction to Best Worst Scaling (BWS) methods
16th February 2015, Lecture at MSc Health Economics, University of Aberdeen