Electronic Health Economics Colloquium (EHEC)
Welcome to the official website for Electronic Health Economics Colloquium (EHEC). You can find information about the schedule, view past seminars, find calls for papers, sign up for email list, and read the seminar code of conduct.
The Electronic Health Economics Colloquium (EHEC) is a bi-weekly online health economics seminar series. The goals of EHEC are to share high-quality, new health economics research on a platform that is freely available; maintain and improve communication among health economists during a time of social distancing; and to promote equity in health economics research.
All seminars meet at 2:30 PM EDT 1:30 PM CDT 11:30 AM PDT.
|Presenter: Sarah Miller|
|Moderator: Sayeh Nikpay|
|2:30 PM EDT||"The Long-Term Effects of Income for At-Risk Infants: Evidence from Supplemental Security Income"|
|Presenter: Nathaniel Breg|
|Moderator: David Bradford|
|2:30 PM EDT||"Medical Technologies with Comparative Advantages on Different Dimensions: Evidence from Hysterectomy"|
|Presenter: David Cutler|
|Moderator: Ezra Golberstein|
|2:30 PM EDT||"Why Has the Opioid Epidemic Lasted So Long?"|
|Presenter: Catherine Maclean|
|Moderator: Shooshan Danagoulian|
|2:30 PM EDT||"Evictions and Psychiatric Treatment"|
Support or Contact
Contact EHEC by emailing fr4523 (at) wayne.edu or by Twitter @HlthEconSeminar.