prof.dr. (Tom) TGM Van Ourti

Biography

Tom Van Ourti is a professor of applied health economics with a focus on health and inequality. His research focuses on understanding the socio-economic health gradient, with specific interest in impact evaluation, preventive care, mental health, perinatal health, measurement theory of health inequalities, and the elicitation of social preferences for income and health. He has published in journals including the Review of Economics and Statistics, Journal of Health Economics, and the Bulletin of the World Health Organisation. He teaches applied econometrics and health economics, and organizes a yearly PhD summer school on inequalities in health and health care. He obtained his PhD from the University of Antwerp and has held visiting positions at the university of Melbourne, and the George Washington University.

Erasmus School of Health Policy & Management

Full professor | Health Economics (HE)
Email
vanourti@eshpm.eur.nl
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam

Erasmus School of Economics

Full professor | Applied Economics
Email
vanourti@ese.eur.nl

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Work

Introduction to Econometrics

Year Level
bachelor 2, bachelor 2, bachelor 2, pre-master
Year
2023
Course Code
FEB12012

Introduction to Econometrics

Year Level
bachelor 2, pre-master
Year
2023
Course Code
FEB12012X

Seminar Health Economics

Year Level
master, master
Year
2023
Course Code
GW4536M

Master Thesis HE

Year Level
master, master
Year
2023
Course Code
GW4592M

Master Thesis HEPL

Level
master
Year Level
master
Year
2023
Course Code
GW4555M

Master HEPL-HE 2023-2024

Year
2023
Course Code
GWMTTHEPL

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The importance of patient income in specialist mental health care

We investigated to what extent mental health outcomes and treatment time within Dutch specialist mental healthcare (ggz) differ between income groups.
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