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Why I'm quitting peer review

Author: Chris Sampson

Chris explains why he has quit his editorial roles and will no longer provide pre-publication peer reviews for academic journals.
Why I'm quitting peer review

Meeting round-up: HESG Summer 2023

Photo of Keble College taken from the quadrangle
Author: Matthew Napier

First-time contributors Matthew Napier and Sulayman Chowdhury provide highlights from their first HESG, hosted by the University of Oxford.

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CINCH-dggö Academy in Health Economics 2023

The summer school will take place from August 28 to September 1, 2023, at the University of Duisburg-Essen, focusing on "The Economics of Pandemics and Risky Health Behaviours." Any papers on health economics can be submitted. The submission deadline for papers will remain open until: Friday, July 7, 2023, midnight. Papers should be sent to cinch.academy@gmail.com. …

Annual Health Econometrics Workshop 2023

AHEW provides a forum to discuss the use of econometric and other quantitative methods to address issues in health economics and policy, health services research, and outcomes research. It is the first meeting of its kind in North America and will facilitate the exchange of ideas among the growing number of health econometricians in the United States and Canada.

14th EuHEA 2024 Conference

The EuHEA 2024 Conference in Vienna will explore how topics in health economics can be approached from different perspectives. Its comprehensive programme will feature macro analyses at the health system level, research on the decisions made by key stakeholders, as well as studies on the behaviour of health care providers and patient choice. By bringing all these perspectives together, the …

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Research Fellow

The Centre for Health Economics (CHE) at the University of York is seeking to appoint a Research Fellow (Grade 6 or Grade 7) to work across the REAL Demand and REAL Supply research units. The appointment is on an open contract basis (part-time applications will also be considered with a minimum of 0.8 FTE). The two REAL research units provide …

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