(Stefan) SA Lipman MSc

(Stefan) SA Lipman MSc
Assistant Professor Erasmus School of Health Policy & Management Health Economics (HE)
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Room
J8-45
Telephone
010408 2507
Email
lipman@eshpm.eur.nl
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In August 2016, Stefan Lipman started working at Erasmus School of Health Policy & Management as a PhD candidate at the department of Health Economics. He will be working  on a PhD project called: Prospect theory in the health domain: An investigation into the formation and influence of reference points. This project is supervised by Arthur Attema and Werner Brouwer.

Stefan obtained both his BSc and MSc degree at Utrecht University, where he studied Social Psychology and finished the Research Master: Social and Health Psychology. As a student he worked on many diverse research projects (e.g. financial risk taking, nudging, veterinary public health), a manifestation of his broad interest and multidisciplinary approach to…

In August 2016, Stefan Lipman started working at Erasmus School of Health Policy & Management as a PhD candidate at the department of Health Economics. He will be working  on a PhD project called: Prospect theory in the health domain: An investigation into the formation and influence of reference points. This project is supervised by Arthur Attema and Werner Brouwer.

Stefan obtained both his BSc and MSc degree at Utrecht University, where he studied Social Psychology and finished the Research Master: Social and Health Psychology. As a student he worked on many diverse research projects (e.g. financial risk taking, nudging, veterinary public health), a manifestation of his broad interest and multidisciplinary approach to science. As such, his research interests are broad; best summarized as ‘utilizing both psychological and economic insights to address societal problems, such as public health, (effective) decision making, and self-regulation.

At ESHPM Stefan will be working on a research project focused on utilizing behavioural economics in the health domain, in order to better understand reference-dependent decision making with regards to quantity and quality of life. Ultimately, these insights could be used to better inform health care decision makers, by incorporating the premises of prospect theory.

  • Behavioural Decision Theory in Health

    Title
    Behavioural Decision Theory in Health
    Year
    2020
    Year level
    (master) (master) (master)

    Analysing and changing unhealthy behavio

    Title
    Analysing and changing unhealthy behavio
    Year
    2020
    Year level
    (Bachelor 3)
  • Assistant Professor

    University
    Erasmus University Rotterdam
    School
    Erasmus School of Health Policy & Management
    Department
    Health Economics (HE)
    Country
    The Netherlands
    Telephone
    010408 2507

Address

Visiting address

Burg. Oudlaan 50 3062 PA Rotterdam

Postal address

Postbus 1738 3000 DR Rotterdam