Bruce Hollingsworth supervises 13 postgraduate research students. If these students have produced research profiles, these are listed below:
Student research profiles
Professor, Head of Department
I am Professor of Health Economics in the Division of Health Research, and lead the Health Economics at Lancaster group.
Research and international collaborative publications are principally in the area of efficiency measurement with respect to the production of health and health care, social determinants of health, and the translation of research into practice.
The Health Economics at Lancaster group is a new group in the North West of England involved in health economics research across a breadth of projects ranging from behavioural and labour economics, to efficiency measurement, to more traditional cost-effectiveness analysis.
I also run the official International Health Economics Association (iHEA) discussion list, which is also on twitter, am on the iHEA Board of Directors and International Scientific Committee, am an active member of health economics organisations worldwide, an invited speaker at many international conferences and to many Government bodies, am a referee for 40 international journals, have over 150 publications, and am Editor of Health Economics Letters and Associate Editor of The DEA Journal, as well as being on the Editorial Board of The Handbook of Global Health Economics.
I previously worked until 2011 at the Centre for Health Economics at Monash University Australia, where I was Director from 2009-11.
I give specialist health economics lectures on several courses.
Alongside other research interests, administrative responsibilities, and teaching commitments. I currently supervises five full time PhD students.
The Health Economics At Lancaster www site is here:
I recently presented at the Global Health Metrics and Evaluation Conference in Seattle, see a video of this at:
I also recently interviewed Nobel Laureate Professor Kenneth Arrow at Stanford, on behalf of the International Health Economics Association World Congress, see a video of this at:
Research output: Contribution to journal › Journal article
Research output: Working paper