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The Theory and Application of Discrete Choice Models in Health Economics
This course provides an in-depth overview of discrete choice models as used in health economics.
The course focusses on:
• the theoretical link between qualitative economic choices and discrete choice econometrics
• understanding basic models such as multinomial and conditional logit, as a bridge to more advanced models
• working with advanced models, such as mixed logit and latent class logit
• understanding estimation via maximum likelihood and simulated maximum likelihood
• welfare analysis with discrete choice models
Prof. Daniel J. Phaneuf Ph.D., Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics, University of Wisconsin-Madison
hosted by the Berlin Centre for Health Economics Research (BerlinHECOR)
and the Department of Public Sector and Health Economics, TU Berlin
25 – 27 September 2019, this 3-day course will be held in English.
Please register by August 31st, 2019. The participation is free of charge. An early application is recommended due to a limited number of participants. For registration and further information please visit www.berlinhecor.de or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
For registration and further information please visit www.berlinhecor.de or contact email@example.com