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Verity leads the Preference and Value research theme. Verity's research focuses on the provision of public and publicly-provided private goods. In particular, the organisation and supply of health care, and patient's choices and shared decision making. Verity's research spans health economics, environmental economics, behavioural and experimental economics, health policy, labour economics, and poverty measurement.
- PhD Economics2003 - University of Aberdeen
- MSc Economics1998 - Glasgow University
- MA (hons) Economic Science1997 - University of Aberdeen
Health Improvement, Protection and Services Panel, Chief Scientist Office of Scottish Government (2016 - 2023)
Teleworking and housing demandRegional Science and Urban Economics, vol. 101, 103915Contributions to Journals: Articles
Research Project Briefing: Enhancing recruitment and retention of doctors in rural ScotlandChief Scientist Office (Document).Other Contributions: Other Contributions
The perception of women in rural and remote Scotland about intrapartum care: A qualitative studyThe Patient - Patient-Centered Outcomes Research, vol. 16, pp. 117-125Contributions to Journals: Articles
Public contributors' preferences for the organisation of remote public involvement meetings in health and social care: a discrete choice experiment studyHealth Expectations, vol. 26, no. 1, pp. 146-159Contributions to Journals: Articles
‘Moving to the countryside and staying’? Exploring doctors migration choices to remote and rural areasJournal of Rural StudiesContributions to Journals: Articles
I am currently accepting PhDs in Economics, Applied Health Sciences.
Please get in touch if you would like to discuss your research ideas further.
Applied Health SciencesSupervising