The HEALTHDOX Project investigates the current political determinants and policy consequences of post-1989 European health reforms. The end of the cold war was a turning point for many European health systems, with many post-socialist transition countries privatizing their state-run health systems, and many West and Southern European health systems experimenting with new public management and … More New Publication by HEALTHDOX Researcher Björn Rönnerstrand on “Corruption and Use of Antibiotics in Regions of Europe”
by Prof. Clare Bambra (HiNEWS) England would get knocked out in the quarter finals of UEFA Euro 2016 if the tournament was based on how healthy each nation is. Switzerland would walk away as European Champions for the first time in the competition’s history, narrowly beating Iceland on penalties in the final. Where you live … More European Health Championship – Where you live can kill you
The “Dynamic Panel Models” Capacity Training workshop took place on June 16-17th, 2016 at Humboldt University of Berlin. Prof. Dr. Kerstin Bernoth, Professor of Economics at the Hertie School of Governance and Deputy Head of the Macroeconomics Department at Deutsches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung Berlin (DIW) , and 13 early stage researchers spent two intensive days … More “Dynamic Panel Models” – Kickoff for Thematic Workshop Series in Berlin
The third Healthdox workshop took place in Berlin, March 9-11th 2016, with all team members and several collaborators present at the event. Click here to read their report on healthcare reforms, healthcare perfomance, public satisfaction and future research.
Since the early 1980s, neoliberalism or ‘market fundamentalism’ has dominated politics and economics across the globe. In this important book, Ted Schrecker and Clare Bambra consider the effects of over three decades of these policies with particular reference to the US and the UK. They focus on obesity, insecurity, austerity, and inequality, arguing that each … More New Publication by Ted Schrecker and Clare Bambra, Project Leader of Health Inequalities in European Welfare States