I am interested in health economics research which is closely aligned with decision-making in the Province of Ontario. I am particularly interested in resource planning, possible extensions of public coverage (dentistry and prescription drugs) as well as improving standards for health economic evaluation. I am also interested in the social determinants of health
This study attempts to find if stimulus packages can be deemed cost-effective and whether shutdown measures are too restrictive resulting in massive economic shock to individuals.
PhD Graduate Student
Thesis: Essays on Supplier Induced Demand and Behavioural Economics
Supervisors: Eric Nauenberg