About IJHE

The International Journal of Health Economics is an official publication of the Faculty of Business and Administration within University of Bucharest, Romania.

ISSN: 2069 – 5748

ISSN-L: 2069 – 5748

Editor in Chief

PhD.  Camelia Cojocaru – University of Bucharest

Email: camelia.cojocaru@faa.unibuc.ro

Co-Editor

Professor PhD. Viorel Cornescu  – University of Bucharest

Managing Editor:

Assistant PhD Candidate Rodica Ianole  – University of Bucharest

Description

The Journal aims at bringing into the light the domain of health of population in an economically approach, as a topic of interest all over the world, but more important for undeveloped and developing countries. By promoting Health Economics as one of the important areas existing in a national economy, we want to create premises that should emphasize economic approach of health system with all current deficiencies available worldwide.

For this purpose, the Journal aims to be a distribution channel on state-of-the art research that contributes to theory and practice development in this domain of knowledge. A primary criterion for publication in JEB is reporting on research that is both academically rigorously executed and relevant for practice either in people’s economic education, or in business community.

Coverage

Topics to be discussed in this special issue include (but are not limited to) the following:

  • Demand and supply of health care under technological advances
  • Impact of information and technology on health determinants
  • Economic evaluation of the performance of health care systems
  • Production of health and health services in the context of the digital economy
  • The effects of health on economic growth
  • Models of financing health services
  • Roles of information, technology and innovation in health policies
  • Health information technology
  • Health informatics
  • E-health at the intersection of medical informatics, public health and business
  • Economic aspects on health insurance markets
  • Measurement of health at the individual and population level
  • Behavioral models of demanders, suppliers and other health care agencies
  • Cost-benefit and cost-effectiveness analyses
  • Welfare economics in relation with health indicators
  • Health care externalities and technological changes
  • Quality of life and health
  • Economics of ageing and its impact on health sector
  • Economics of mental health
  • Health reforms in (East)-European countries
  • Pharmacoeconomics

 

 

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