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Professor Mireia Jofre-Bonet

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Mireia Jofre-Bonet is a Professor in Economics at the Department of Economics of City University and currently the Director of the MSc in Economic Evaluation in Health Care and the MSc in Health Economics. Mireia collaborates with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the Moorfields Trust to evaluate interventions aimed at fighting blindness in developing countries and the UK. Prior to joining City University in January 2006, Mireia had been a Lecturer at LSHTM, a Research Faculty member at the School of Public Health of Yale University, and had taught at the Departments of Economics of the London School of Economics and of Yale University.
Mireia has contributed to health economics projects and reviews for private and public institutions - NICE, the UK Department of Health, the NIHR Health Technology Assessment programme, and the Catalan and the Balearic Island's Departments of Health.

Fields of interest: Health production functions and Lifestyle decisions; Impact of Substance Abuse and Mental Health on productivity. Applied Economic Evaluation in health care. Demand of Health Insurance and topics of Industrial Organization applied to the demand for Health Care."

Mireia Jofre-Bonet Room D307
Economics Department
Social Sciences
City University London EC1V 0HB
Phone 0207 040 0168