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Syddansk Universitet (SDU)


Danish Centre for Health Economics (DaCHE) is one of the largest centres for health economics in the Nordic countries. DaCHE researchers are dedicated to applying economic theory and empirical methods to answer research questions of high relevance for health policy, and to contribute to the improvement of research methods. Research themes at DaCHE are health-related behaviour, incentives and motivation; understanding barriers and facilitators that hinder/enhance equity in health and access to health care; eliciting patients' and the public’s preferences and values; and evaluating effects of new interventions/policies in health care. DaCHE researchers apply a broad set of research methods including register-based analysis, and enrichment of register data through the collection of survey data.

Meet the Team

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