Jonathan Cylus is a Technical Officer/Research Fellow at the European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies and LSE Health. His research focuses primarily on measuring comparative efficiency and assessing the effects of the financial crisis on health care systems in Europe. He has also worked on country profiles in the 'Health Systems in Transition' series and a book chapter on trends in mental health care in Europe. Before joining the Observatory, Jonathan worked as an economist at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services in the US where he conducted research in a variety of areas, including health care spending projections over the short-term (10 years) and long-term (75 years), hospital sector multifactor productivity, and health care spending estimates by age and gender. He also worked as a consultant for the USAID Health Systems 20/20 project. Jonathan obtained a BA in Economics from Johns Hopkins University.
For a full list of Jonathan's publications, please see his LSE Research Online page