Richard Norman is a Health Economist with ongoing interest in the economic evaluation of healthcare, the measurement and valuation of quality of life, discrete choice experiments and econometric analysis of large panel datasets. He holds an BA(Hons) in Philosophy and Economics and an MSc in Health Economics, both from the University of York in the UK, and a PhD from the University of Technology Sydney. He recently completed an NHMRC Early Career Research Fellowship to explore patterns and preferences around quality of life. He is a Chief Investigator on projects currently funded by the NHMRC and the ARC.
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