Conferences and Workshops
International Workshop «Health Economics, Management, and Policy»
On November 14 - 15, 2017, the International Workshop «Health Economics, Management, and Policy» was held at Higher School of Economics (HSE University), St. Petersburg, Russia. This event was organized by International Centre for Health Economics, Management and Policy of St. Petersburg School of Economics and Management, National Research University Higher School of Economics and was opened by Professor Christopher J. Gerry.
At the Workshop, there were seven speakers from HSE - St. Petersburg and one speaker (Andrey Aistov) from HSE - HSE-Nizhny Novgorod who presented papers with qualitative and quantitative research in various fields of health, including applied econometrics (Ekaterina Aleksandrova “Health and labor force participation of elderly Russians”; Andrey Aistov “Moral Hazard in the Russian Market for Private Health Insurance”; professor Alexander Skorobogatov “The Effect of Closing Hour Restrictions on Alcohol Use and Abuse in Russia”, health indicators, and health assessment technologies (Alina Khabibullina “Comparison of health elicitation methodologies: results from a study of young Russians”), as well as qualitative research on the patterns of risky behavior and health states (Vladislav Plotnikov “Assessment of quality of life of mental health patients in Saint-Petersburg”, Svetlana Kolpakova “Living with depression in Russia: patient experience”). The reports have caused the lively and productive discussion.
Lecturers and students from HSE - St. Petersburg, Saint-Petersburg State University, European University and others took part in the Workshop. Also representatives of medical institutions participated in event.
Workshop has passed in friendly relaxed atmosphere.
For more information about the reports please open Summary.pdf
March 14 th : Joint CHEMP-EUSP International Workshop: Healthy Ageing
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