Valuing health services: does it matter whether it is an existing or new service?
Prof M Van der Pol, Dr V Watson, Mr D Boyers
22 March 2019
When evaluating health services it is crucial to include population preferences. Discrete Choice Experiments (DCEs) are an increasingly popular tool to elicit population preferences and they can be used to elicit Willingness to Pay (WTP) for use in a Cost Benefit analysis.
The Evolution of Social Behaviour in Spatial Structures
Prof R Hoffmann, Dr S H Chuah
30 April 2019
This PhD project will use behavioural game theory and computer science to examine how social behaviour, norms and conventions evolve in social groups that have a realistic territorial or spatial structure.