Dr Laia Maynou-Pujolras

Dr Laia Maynou-Pujolras

Visiting Fellow

LSE Health

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Key Expertise
Health economics, Health econometrics, Hospital Efficiency

About me

Dr Laia Maynou-Pujolras is a Visiting Fellow at LSE Health and is a member of the Executive Board of the Spanish Health Economics Association. She joined the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) as a Research Officer in December 2016 working on a Health Foundation project with Professor Alistair McGuire and Dr Victoria Serra-Sastre. She is also a Researcher at the Centre for Research in Health and Economics (CRES-UPF) at Pompeu Fabra University.

From September 2013 to September 2015, Dr Maynou was a Research Fellow at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), participating in the European ADVANCE-HTA project. From September 2015 to December 2016, she was a Visiting Lecturer at the Department of Economics and Business at Pompeu Fabra University (UPF). She holds a PhD in Law, Economics and Business from the University of Girona (2013) and her background is Economics.

Dr Maynou's research focuses on health economics, in particular technology diffusion and economics, hospital efficiency, Health Technology Assessment (HTA) and public policy evaluation. All these fields of research are analysed from an empirical perspective. She is currently involved in two main projects:

Identifying models of care to improve outcomes for older people with emergency and urgent care needs
Health Care Technology Diffusion in the NHS and workforce impact



HP420 Health Economics
HP425 Statistical Methods in Health Care Economic Evaluation
HP426 Applied Health Econometrics


Researcher, Centre for Research in Health and Economics (CRES-UPF), Pompeu Fabra University
UK Health Economists Study Group (HESG)
Research Group in Statistics, Econometrics and Health (GRECS)
CIBERESP, Group 51 at the University of Girona
Coordinator of EvaluAES, Spanish Health Economics Association (AES)

Expertise Details

technology diffusion; routine data analysis; econometrics; health technology assessment; pharmaceutical market; policy evaluation; inequalities

My research