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Promoting health and social well-being

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Economic analysis of worldwide repute

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Informing policy and practice

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Pioneering health economics

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Advanced methodological and empirical research

A history of excellence

Welcome to the Centre for Health Economics (CHE)

 Maria Goddard

With a staff of 50 economists, CHE is a world renowned institute that produces policy relevant research and innovative methods that advance the use of health economics to improve population health.  I hope you enjoy finding out about our cutting-edge methodological and applied research, our excellent staff, and the many training opportunities we offer.

Professor Maria Goddard, Director

About Us

Athena SWAN Logo‌Over three decades CHE has influenced UK health policy, gaining the Queen's Anniversary Prize in recognition of this work.

In 2014 we gained an Athena Swan bronze award for supporting the careers of women.

Research

Research CHE operates across all areas of the discipline, with a particular emphasis on methodological thinking and high policy impact.

Publications

Publications Our publications are a means of making current research material widely available. Most publications are freely available for download.

Courses

Courses We run a programme of short courses across a number of areas of health economics; there are also postgraduate opportunities, MSc, PhD and distance study courses.

Staff

StaffCHE is home to health economics researchers, administrators, PhD students, and training fellows.

Discover postgraduate study at York. Social Sciences Virtual Open Day. 7 June, 3 - 5pm BST. Ask us questions and chat with other students. Register now.

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Upcoming seminars

Thu
8
Jun

Valuing health states, using QALYs and admiring the emperor’s new clothes

2.00PM, ARRC Auditorium A/RC/014

Professor Tracy Roberts, University of Birmingham

Wed
14
Jun

TBA

2.30PM, Alcuin A Block A019/020

Professor Emma McIntosh, University of Glasgow

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