Marieke Krol has a Bachelor's degree in nursing from The Hague University of Professional Education and a Master's degree in Health Economics, obtained at the Erasmus University Rotterdam. Since 2006, she has been working as a researcher at institute for Medical Technology Assessment (iMTA). Marieke's research mainly focuses on methodological issues of health economics (involving issues on costs as well as effects of health care interventions). She is working on a PhD dissertation on methodological aspects of productivity cost identification, measurement and valuation. Marieke is furthermore active in teaching in the Health Economics and Health Economics, Policy and Law master program. She is coordinator of the Health Technology Assessment course in the master programs.
H.M. Krol, A.E. Attema, N.J.A. van Exel & W.B.F. Brouwer (2016). Altruistic preferences in TTO: Consideration of effects on others in health state valuations. Medical Decision Making, 36 (2), 187-198. doi: 10.1177/0272989X15615870
E. Vermaire, H.M. Krol, W.B.F. Brouwer & C. van Loveren (2014). Value for money: economic evaluation of two different caries prevention programmes compared with standard care in a randomized controlled trial. Caries Research, 48 (3), 244-253. doi: 10.1159/000356859