Genevieve is currently a Fellow at the LSE Department of Health Policy. Her research focuses on Maternal and Child Health with a view to investigate the long run and intergenerational impacts on health and economic outcomes of increasing access to healthcare in this period.
Her PhD thesis which was undertaken at the LSE Department of Health Policy investigated the historical access to healthcare in the United Kingdom in the period between 1920 and 1950. Using census data and historical records, the thesis attempts to answer these questions using quasi experimental econometric tools.
Before undertaking her PhD, Genevieve completed her Bachelor's degree in Economics at the National University of Singapore (NUS) and her Master's degree in Economics of Public Policy at the Barcelona School of Economics.
HP 420: Financing Health Care
HP400: Health Economics
HP 421: Economic Analysis for Health Policy in Low- and Middle-Income Countries
HP 434: Methods and Data for Health Systems Performance Assessment