Health, Environment and Sustainability
Our research focuses on a wide range of topics: In healthcare, we quantify the cost of Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR), the cost of physical inactivity, the benefits of a malaria vaccine, and the private versus public healthcare systems. We furthermore undertake research that interlinks the environment and sustainability, for example, the finance gap for small and marginal farmers in India, and the social value of agricultural amenities. In addition, we focus on economics of tourism, gender, and the household. Our group members use diverse applied methods such as econometric tools, dynamic computable general equilibrium (CGE) modelling, and case studies analysis.
- Health economics and well-being
- Gender, the household and Feminist economics
- Environmental sustainability and ecology
- Sustainable value creation
- Agricultural economics and finance
|Erez Yerushalmi (Cluster Leader)||Erez.Yerushalmi@bcu.ac.uk|