Corvinus Health Policy and Health Economics
Conference Series 2017/3
Market socialism and community rating
keynote speaker: Prof. Peter Zweifel
Get to know the activitity of the Department of Health Economics
New Honorary Professor at the Department of Health Economics
Date: 13.40-15.10; 2nd May, 2017
Location: Room 2001, Main building, Corvinus University of Budapest, (1093 Bp. Fővám tér 8)
Corvinus Health Policy and Health Economics Conference Series 2017/1
Economic evaluation of informal care
Keynote speaker: Prof. Ulrike Schneider, Head of the Department of Socioeconomics, Full Professor of Economic and Social Policy at Vienna University of Economics and Business.
Informal care is a significant source of support for adults with a limited ability to engage in activities of daily living. Policy makers often consider informal care as a low-cost mode of providing help to dependent older people that is essential for containing public spending on long-term care. Thus, sustaining informal care is a clear policy priority.
However, the empirical literature points to substantial private and public cost of informal care. Providing care adds to other roles and callings in daily life and has shown to adversely affect informal carers’ quality of life, health and financial well-being. Against this backdrop, the lecture will present valuation methods for informal care.
Our college Valentin Brodszky wins Danubius Young Researcher Award 2015 created by the Austrian Federal Ministry for Science and Research (BMWF) and the Institute for the Danube Region and Central Europe (IDM).
Since 2014, Danubius Award is complemented with a specific prize for young scientists – the so-called “Danubius Young Scientist Award“. The award, which is open to all scientific disciplines, seeks to highlight the scientific work and talent of young researchers and to increase the visibility of the scientific community in the Danube Region. Moreover young scientists are encouraged to engage themselves in the scientific examination of problems and questions specifically related to the Danube.
The prize is endowed with 1,200 Euros per winner. Universities, Academies of Sciences and Research Institutions in all 14 countries of the Danube Region have been encouraged to nominate suitable and promising candidates that have been assessed by an international expert jury.
CONFERENCE “Focus on biological and biosimilar drugs in Europe: pricing, reimbursement and access issues”
2015.10.20. 15.30-17.45 E 3001.
Dutch – Hungarian Health Policy Students’ Day
The event is organized on the occasion of the visitation of an 18-member student group together with academic staff from The Institute of Health Policy & Management (iBMG), Erasmus University of Rotterdam to Corvinus University of Budapest. The programme builds upon the two decade-long bilateral relationship between the two institutions that created the framework for a variety of common research projects, conferences, seminars, and other academic events.