prof.dr. (Han) H Bleichrodt

prof.dr. (Han) H Bleichrodt

Professor of Behavioral Economics

Full professor Erasmus School of Economics Applied Economics
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Room
T18-38
Email
bleichrodt@ese.eur.nl
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Han Bleichrodt is a professor of behavioural economics at the Erasmus School of Economics.

Professor Bleichrodt's research activities focus on decisions under uncertainty and over time.

He has a particular interest in those decisions involving health.

  • Han Bleichrodt & U Schmidt (2009) - Applications of Non-Expected Utility - Oxford University Press
  • Han Bleichrodt & J Luis Pinto (2006) - Conceptual Foundations for Health Utility Measurement - Edward Elgar Publishing
  • Han Bleichrodt & Marc Koopmanschap (1999) - Economische evaluatie - Elsevier/De Tijdstroom
  • Han Bleichrodt (1998) - Health Utility Indices and Equity Considerations - John Wiley & Sons Inc.

  • Han Bleichrodt & Werner Brouwer (2010) - Disconteren - Elsevier gezondheidszorg
  • Jan Busschbach & Han Bleichrodt (2010) - Waarderend kwaliteit-van-levenonderzoek.
  • Han Bleichrodt (2002) - Het dilemma van de minister van Volksgezondheid
  • Han Bleichrodt & Werner Brouwer (2000) - Disconteren - Elsevier gezondheidszorg

  • Han Bleichrodt (2014) - Management Science (Journal)
  • Han Bleichrodt (2003) - Journal of Health Economics (Journal)
  • Han Bleichrodt (2003) - Theory and Decision (Journal)

Behavioural Economics

Level
Level 200
Year
2020
Year Level
Level 200
Course Code
EUC-ECB208

Behavioural Economics

Year
2020
Year Level
bachelor 3, bachelor 3, bachelor 3, bachelor 3
Course Code
FEB13061

Thesis Hub Master Economics & Business

Year
2020
Course Code
FEM61007

  • Nuno Almeida Camacho

    Health and Marketing: Essays on Physician and Patient Decision-Making
  • Matthijs van der Loos

    Molecular Genetics and Hormones: New Frontiers in Entrepreneurship Research
  • Zhihua Li

    Irrationality: What, Why and How
  • Ning Liu

    Behavioral biases in interpersonal contexts
  • Diarmaid O'Ceallaigh

    Designing sustainable incentives to encourage prevention and health behavior
  • Cem Peker

    Continuous Bayesian markets: Theory and applications
  • Xiao Yu

    Attitudes towards intertemporal correlation

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