17th European Health Economics Workshop
The 17th European Health Economics Workshop (EHEW) provides a forum that encourages the development, critical appraisal and dissemination of methodological research related to the health domain. The focus is on the discussion of microeconomic theoretical models applied to health economics, with a strong emphasis on applications of industrial organization, insurance economics, contract theory and public economics. Empirical and experimental papers are welcome provided that they make essential use of a theoretical model. Possible topics include (but are not limited to) optimal payment schemes, public and private insurance, competition in health care, regulation of pharmaceuticals, long-term care, etc.
The workshop is run over two days and comprises around fifteen papers. There are no parallel sessions and one hour will be dedicated to each paper, with presentations by the author and a nominated discussant. The number of participants is limited to around 40 people. Participants are expected to attend the entire meeting and take an active part as either author, discussant or chairperson.
- Francesca Barigozzi (Università di Bologna, Italy)
- Kurt Brekke (Norwegian School of Economics, Bergen, Norway)
- Paula González (Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Seville, Spain)
- Izabela Jelovac (GATE-CNRS, Lyon, France)
- Mathias Kifmann (Universität Hamburg, HCHE)
- Robert Nuscheler (Universität Augsburg, Germany)
- Luigi Siciliani (University of York, UK)
There are several bus and metro lines in close vicinity of the HCHE and the Hotel Alster-Hof.
From the airport, buy a public transport ticket "Großbereich" for 3,20 € and take the metro line S1 to Ohlsdorf. There, change to the metro line U1 direction Farmsen/Ohlstedt/Volksdorf. Alight at Stephansplatz and exit the metro station in direction of travel to find both the HCHE and the Hotel Alster-Hof nearby.
If you arrive by train, some long distance trains will stop at Dammtor station. We advise you to ask for a ticket directly to Dammtor when booking a train ticket to Hamburg.
Dinner on May, 13:
The Arkadasch is situated in the center of the university quarter. It can easily be reached by the bus lines 4 and 5 which leave from Stephansplatz, or even on foot (app. 20 minutes walk).