prof.dr. (Job) NJA van Exel

prof.dr. (Job) NJA van Exel
Full professor Erasmus School of Health Policy & Management Health Economics (HE)
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Email
vanexel@eshpm.eur.nl
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Job van Exel is an associate professor at the institute of Health Policy & Management (iBMG), Erasmus University Rotterdam. He obtained an MSc in Economics at Erasmus University Rotterdam in 1995. Before joining iBMG, Job worked as transport economist at the Netherlands Economic Institute (NEI) from 1995 to 2000 and as health economist at the institute for Medical Technology Assessment (iMTA) from 2000 to 2006.His main research interests include the methodology of health economics, in particular the study of health behaviour, perceptions, expectations and the valuation of health and broader effects of interventions in health care. Over the past years he has developed expertise with Q-methodology. Job is committee member of the Dutch Flemish Association for Health Economics (VGE), member of the editorial board of the association’s journal, and co-founder of the lowlands Health Economists’ Study Group (lolaHESG).

  • Werner Brouwer, FFH Rutten, Hans Severens, Pieter van Baal, Tom van der Grinten, AHE Koolman & Job van Exel (2011) - Economie van de volksgezondheid - Koninklijke Van Gorcum BV

Q-methodology

Year
2021
Course Code
ISS-EGSH-EXGS075

Economics of Well-Being

Level
minor
Year
2021
Year Level
minor
Course Code
FEB53113

Economics of Well-Being

Level
minor
Year
2021
Year Level
minor
Course Code
FEB53113M

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