The Essen Summer School in Health Economics
April 01 - April 07, 2019
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CINCH Academy is a PhD summer program for research in Health Economics.
It consists of lecture sessions and presentations where participants present their own work.
The first half of the course provides an overview on "Health Plan Payment in Individual Health Insurance Markets", while the second half focuses on "Selected Topics in Microeconometrics".
Colin Cameron (University of California - Davis) is the lecturer for "Selected Topics in Microeconometrics" and Thomas G. McGuire (Harvard University) will give the lectures on "Health Plan Payment in Individual Health Insurance Markets".
The program consists of roughly 30 hours of lectures and 10 hours of paper presentations. Daniel Howdon (University of Leeds) will chair the paper presentations. They provide the opportunity for participants to receive constructive feedback on their own work.