Empirical Methods with Microeconomic Applications to Health

Lecturer(s): Prof. William Greene, Prof. Patrick Gagliardini
Location: Lugano


The aim of this course is to provide the students with the necessary analytical tools to:

  • formulate appropriate econometric models
  • estimate them
  • and draw proper inference, using micro level data related to health issues, for instance data from health surveys. The key features of such data sets are their qualitative nature and/or panel type structure. Hence it is important to know and be able to apply the models and methods specially designed for incorporating the particular characteristics of these data sets.


At the end of the course the student would know how to:

  • Specify a suitable econometric model for investigating the problem under study;
  • Compare the theoretical model with empirical observations; and
  • Draw proper conclusions based on the results.


Local Coordinator: Fabrizio Mazzonna


You can find the tuition fees for the course here, and apply for the course with this enrolment form.

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