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  1. Key Textbooks 3 items
  2. Week 1 - Neoclassical Consumer Theory 10 items
    1. Essential Reading 4 items
      1. Introduction to Health Economics - Lorna Guiness, Virginia Wiseman

        Book Essential Please read chapter 3 (A simple model of demand) and chapter 4 (measuring demand)

      2. Determinants of household demand for bed nets in a rural area of southern Mozambique - Claire Chase, Elisa Sicuri, Charfudin Sacoor, Delino Nhalungo 2009

        Article 

      3. Revisiting the economics of transactional sex: evidence from Tanzania - Kevin Deane, Joyce Wamoyi 03/07/2015

        Article Essential Excerpts from this article have been incorporated into Canvas, but do read the whole article.

    2. Further Reading 6 items
      1. Demand and willingness-to-pay for bed nets in Tanzania: results from a choice experiment - Chris D. Gingrich, Emily Ricotta, Amos Kahwa, Catherine Kahabuka 12/2017

        Article 

      2. HIV and sexual behavior change: Why not Africa? - Emily Oster 2012-1

        Article Recommended This is the paper in which Oster discusses more formally the economic model that she cover in her TED talk. It is quite technical, but the section on the conceptual model is useful for you to read.

  3. Week 2 - Neoclassical Theory of the Firm and the Market 5 items
    1. Essential Reading 3 items
      1. Economic analysis in health care - S. Morris 2012

        Book Essential Please read chapter 4

      2. Introduction to Health Economics - Lorna Guiness, Virginia Wiseman

        Book Essential Please read chapter 5 (supply: production in the long and short run)

    2. Further Reading 2 items
      1. International hospital productivity comparison: Experiences from the Nordic countries - Emma Medin, Unto Häkkinen, Miika Linna, Kjartan S. Anthun 09/2013

        Article 

  4. Week 3 - Market Failiure and the role of the State 4 items
    1. Essential Reading 3 items
      1. Essentials of Health Economics - Diane M Dewar 2017

        Webpage Essential Please read Part II - Healthcare Markets, chapters 3 to 5

      2. The Public Health and Economic Benefits of Taxing Sugar-Sweetened Beverages - Kelly D. Brownell, Thomas Farley, Walter C. Willett, Barry M. Popkin 15/10/2009

        Article 

    2. Further Reading 1 item
      1. Why fat taxes won't make us thin - L. Cornelsen, R. Green, A. Dangour, R. Smith 01/03/2015

        Article 

  5. Week 4 - Alternative Approaches - Behavioural Economics and Marxist Economics 10 items
    1. Essential Reading - Behavioural Economics 2 items
    2. Essential Reading - Marxist Economics 3 items
      1. Burnout as Alienation - Karger, Howard J Jun 1, 1981

        Article 

    3. Further Reading - Behavioural Economics 3 items
      1. Can behavioural economics make us healthier? - G. Loewenstein, D. A. Asch, J. Y. Friedman, L. A. Melichar 23/05/2012

        Article 

    4. Further Reading - Marxist Economics 2 items
  6. Week 5 - Economic Evaluation I 3 items
    1. Essential Reading 1 item
      1. Introduction to Health Economics - Lorna Guiness, Virginia Wiseman

        Book Essential Please read chapters 13 to 16 (Section 5)

    2. Further Reading 2 items
      1. The costs and effectiveness of three vitamin A interventions in Guatemala - Margaret Phillips, Tina Sanghvi, Ruben Suárez, John McKigney 1996-6

        Article 

  7. Week 6 - Economic Evaluation II 5 items
    1. Essential Reading 5 items
      1. Essentials of Health Economics - Diane M Dewar 2017

        Webpage  Please read chapter 14, pages 175-177 on the Drummond questions

      2. The private sector and HIV/AIDS in Africa: taking stock of 6 years of applied research - Sydney Rosen, Frank Feeley, Patrick Connelly, Jonathon Simon 06/2007

        Article 

  8. Assessment 2 Articles 3 items
    Have a look at these there articles and choose ONE of them for your Critical Appraisal essay.
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