The Humble Economist will change the way you think about health, health care and social decision making. These short, enjoyable essays by Tony Culyer distil a powerful set of ideas that have profoundly influenced health policy and decision making. Tony Culyer is a founding father of health economics who helped set up the renowned UK National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence. His insights into how to improve health sector institutions and decision making processes will interest anyone working in the health field. The humble economist shows how reason and evidence can be used to improve decision making in any area of social policy.
|Place of Publication||York and London|
|Publisher||University of York and Office of Health Economics|
|Number of pages||382|
|ISBN (Electronic)||ISBN 978-0-9525601-6-6|
|ISBN (Print)||ISBN 978-0-9525601-5-9|
|Publication status||Published - 26 Nov 2012|