HMP827: Advanced Seminar in Health Care Economics
- Graduate level
- Fall term(s) for residential students;
- 3 credit hour(s) for residential students;
- Instructor(s): McCullough, Jeffrey (Residential);
- Offered Every other year.
- Not offered 2023-2024
- Prerequisites: Econ 501 and Perm Instr
- Description: Analysis of the application of advanced economic theory to problems in the health services field. Focuses on several health economics issues, including topics of current policy interest as well as topics for which the application of economic theory has been more fully explored, Classes will include a general discussion of the appropriate economic theory and empirical evidence and a critical review of the relevant health economics literature. Students must read approximately 30-40 articles and write several short papers.