Book: The Humble Economist. Collected essays by Tony Culyer on health economics
Just released is a collection of essays by Prof Tony Culyer, a founding father of health economics whose life’s work has been to bring clarity to health care decision making.
The Humble Economist, published jointly by the University of York and the Office of Health Economics, is a distillation of Prof Culyer’s most important writings on health, health care and social decision making. These have been selected and shortened by Prof Culyer and edited by Profs Richard Cookson and Karl Claxton.