Call for Papers - 7th IRDES-DAUPHINE Workshop on Applied Health Economics and Policy Evaluation Paris, France, 17-18 June 2021
We are pleased to announce the 7th IRDES-DAUPHINE Workshop on Applied Health Economics and Policy Evaluation, which will take place, in Paris, France, on 17-18 June 2021. Organized by IRDES, Institute for Research and Information in Health Economics, with the Chaire Santé Dauphine, the workshop aims to stimulate reflexion on empirical public policy evaluation and will cover a wide range of topics. The workshop will be held in person if the sanitary situation allows. We will propose a mixed format otherwise.
The workshop will cover the following topics, with an emphasis on Public Policy analysis and evaluation: Social health inequalities, Health services utilization, Insurance, Health services delivery and payment mechanisms, Specific populations: ageing population, migrants, high needs high costs, low income…
Submission and selection of papers. Selection will be made by the scientific committee, on the basis of a full or advanced draft written in English. Papers should include empirical material and should not be any longer than 8000 words (excluding references). Only unpublished papers at the time of the submission will be accepted. Authors need to submit their complete papers in PDF format using the Submission form.
About 14 papers will be selected for oral presentation. Each paper will be allocated 20 minutes for presentation and 20 minutes for discussion (introduced by a participant or a member of the scientific committee). All the authors are expected to participate in the two-days conference.
Important dates :
- Deadline for papers submission: January 17th 2021
- Notification of selection: end of March
Registration and fees. The registration fee is 200 euros. Only authors and/or co-authors can participate to the workshop. PhD students or early career researchers may benefit from free registration upon request.
Damien Bricard (IRDES), Andrew Clark (Paris School of Economics), Brigitte Dormont (Université Paris Dauphine), Owen O’Donnell (University of Macedonia and Erasmus University), Zeynep Or (IRDES and Laboratoire d'économie de Dauphine), Sylvain Pichetti (IRDES), Aurélie Pierre (IRDES), Erin Strumpf (McGill University, Montreal), Jérôme Wittwer (Université de Bordeaux)