Fellow of The Academy of Medical Sciences, United Kingdom
His primary areas of investigation include Health care, Public economics, Actuarial science, Health policy and Health economics. His study in Health care is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Empirical evidence, Management science and Economic evaluation. His work carried out in the field of Public economics brings together such families of science as Cost–benefit analysis, MEDLINE, Social determinants of health, Equity and Opportunity cost.
His research in Opportunity cost focuses on subjects like Quality-adjusted life year, which are connected to Formulary, Population health, Stakeholder, Harm and Politics. Anthony J. Culyer has included themes like Discounting, National health service and Excellence in his Actuarial science study. His Health policy research integrates issues from Health care rationing and Health services research.
His primary areas of study are Health care, Public economics, Finance, Microeconomics and Health economics. Anthony J. Culyer mostly deals with Health policy in his studies of Health care. His Health policy research is under the purview of Public health.
Public economics and Opportunity cost are frequently intertwined in his study.
Anthony J. Culyer mainly focuses on Public economics, Finance, Microeconomics, Financial economics and Econometrics. His Public economics research incorporates elements of Health technology, Health care, Health economics and Opportunity cost. His research in Health care is mostly focused on Health policy.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Health technology, Public economics, Health care, Finance and Health economics. His research integrates issues of Opportunity cost, Deliberation and Public administration in his study of Health technology. His studies deal with areas such as Cost–benefit analysis, Quality-adjusted life year and Actuarial science as well as Opportunity cost.
Specifically, his work in Health care is concerned with the study of Health policy. His Health policy study also includes
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Equity and equality in health and health care
A.J Culyer;Adam Wagstaff.
Journal of Health Economics (1993)
The NICE cost-effectiveness threshold: what it is and what that means.
Christopher McCabe;Karl Claxton;Anthony J Culyer;Anthony J Culyer.
The effectiveness of occupational health and safety management system interventions: A systematic review
Lynda S. Robson;Judith A. Clarke;Kimberley Cullen;Amber Bielecky.
Safety Science (2007)
National Institute for Clinical Excellence and its value judgments
Michael D Rawlins;Anthony J Culyer.
THE NORMATIVE ECONOMICS OF HEALTH CARE FINANCE AND PROVISION
A. J. Culyer.
Oxford Review of Economic Policy (1989)
Welfarism vs. extra-welfarism.
Werner B.F. Brouwer;Anthony J. Culyer;Anthony J. Culyer;N. Job A. van Exel;Frans F.H. Rutten.
Journal of Health Economics (2008)
Need and the National Health Service: Economics and social choice
A. J Culyer.
Equity - some theory and its policy implications
Anthony J Culyer.
Journal of Medical Ethics (2001)
Value based pricing for NHS drugs: an opportunity not to be missed?
Karl Claxton;Andrew Briggs;Martin J Buxton;Anthony J Culyer.
The political economy of social policy
A. J. Culyer.
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