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Philip Clarke

Professor In Health Economics
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Prof

Philip Clarke

 

Professor Philip Clarke joined the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health, University of Melbourne in February 2012 as the Chair in Health Economics. Previously, Prof Clarke was the A/Prof at the Sydney School of Public Health.

Prof Clarke previously spent six years engaged in health economic research at the University of Oxford. His research in Oxford focused on the economic analysis of the United Kingdom Prospective Diabetes Study (UKPDS) – a landmark trial of policies to improve the management of people with Type 2 diabetes.

His health economic research interests include developing methods to value the benefits of improving access to health care, health inequalities and the use of simulation models in health economic evaluation. He has also undertaken policy relevant research for the World Bank, OECD, AusAID and DoHA.

He has over 80 peered review publications and has recently contributed to books on cost-effectiveness analysis and cost-benefit analysis published by Oxford University Press.

Projects

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27

Projects

Project Types


20

Research Grant


6

Research Contracts


1

Internal Research Grant


Scholarly Works

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News Articles

Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2015

FASSA - Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia


2014

NHMRCF - NHMRC Fellowship


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Awards

Credentials

Positions


Professor In Health Economics

Melbourne School Of Population And Global Health

Education


PhD

The Australian National University

Master of Economics

University of Sydney

Bachelor of Economics

The University of Newcastle