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Call for proposals - De Gruyter Studies in Health Economics
De Gruyter Studies in Health Economics is a new series of research books in health economics, with each book providing a detailed study of one aspect of health economics. The series will take an international focus, with global interest. This means that each book will be relevant to multiple readers in different countries, not that it will comprise a series of country-specific books.
The series will cover every aspect of health economics: theoretical, empirical and methodological, including issues related to the provision of and demand for health care and health care markets at the micro and macro level, behavioural health economics, economic evaluation applied to health economics, and health econometrics.
Each book in the series will provide state of the art thinking around each topic, including theoretical considerations and current evidence and literature. However, the series will not include texts that are simply literature reviews.
The series will encourage gender diversity and representation from low-, middle- and high-income countries. Book proposals that explore the nexus between health economics research and health policy will be looked upon favourably.
We are looking for interesting and innovative proposals from people who are interested in writing books for this series, as sole, multi-author or edited volumes.
The Series Editors would be very happy to hear from you and answer any questions you may have about the series.
If you are interested in submitting a proposal please contact the Series Editors at the email address below:
Professor David Parkin
City, University of London, UK
Professor Virginia Wiseman
University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia & London School of Tropical Hygiene and Medicine, London, UK