Eugenio Zucchelli supervises 10 postgraduate research students. If these students have produced research profiles, these are listed below:
Student research profiles
My main research interests are in the fields of applied microeconometrics and health economics. My current research encompass health and human capital formation; the economics of addiction and health-behaviours; the role of noncognitive skills in human development and the impact of health on labour supply.
I am willing to supervise students on empirical microeconomic issues in health and labour economics.
Current PhD students:
Emma Gorman (with Ian Walker)
Christoph Kronenberg (with Rowena Jacobs and Stephanie Scholder)
Current research projects include:
- The effects of noncognitive traits and health on human capital with Giuseppe Migali (Lancaster) funded by an ESRC "Radical Futures in Society Grant"
- The effects of non-adherence to health treatments on health care utilisation with Joan Gil (Barcelona)
- The impact of public smoking bans on subjective well-being with Miaoqing Yang (RAND Europe)
- The impact of wages on mental health: Evidence from the UK Minimum Wage with Rowena Jacobs (York) and Christoph Kronenberg (York)
- Dynamic discete-choice models of health and labour supply with Mark Harris (Curtin)
- Life-cycle models of addiction, health and smoking with Andrew M Jones (York), Audrey Laporte (Toronto) and Nigel Rice (York)
Health Economics, Labour Economics
Health Economics (ECON322)
Quantitative Data Analysis (DHR.529)
I have joined Lancaster University as a Lecturer in Health Economics in 2013 and I am based within the Health Economics at Lancaster (HEAL) research group.
I am also Faculty Associate at the Canadian Centre for Health Economics, University of Toronto and External Affiliate to the Health, Econometrics and Data Group (HEDG), Centre for Health Economics, University of York, where I have been Research Fellow between 2009-2012.
I have held visiting positions at the Universities of Barcelona, Curtin (Perth), Monash (Melbourne) and Toronto. I hold a PhD in Economics awarded by the University of York.
Professional roles and affiliations
Canadian Centre for Health Economics (CCHE) - Faculty Associate
NIHR Research Design Service - Frontline Advisor
Recent conference and invited presentations
University of Toulouse, Department of Economics (planned, 2016)
International Health Economics Association World Congress, Milan, 2015
International Health Economics Association World Congress, Dublin, July 2014
American Society of Health Economics (ASHE) Conference, LA, June 2014
University of Barcelona, Department of Economics, Jan 2014
University of Manchester, Institute of Population Health, UK, Jun 2013
University of Toronto, Department of Economics, Canada, May 2013
University of Toronto, Institute of Health Policy, May 2013
University of Newcastle, Department of Economics, UK, Feb 2013
Health Econometrics Symposium, University of Leeds, UK, Oct 2012
Netspar Conference, Rotterdam, Sep 2012
European Conference of Health Economics (ECHE), Zurich, Jul 2012
University of Leeds, Health Economics Academic Unit, UK, Jun 2012
Spanish Health Economics Association Conference, Bilbao, Spain, May 2012
Erasmus University, Department of Economics, Rotterdam, Feb 2012
Italian Association of Health Economics Conference,Naples, Italy, Sep 2011
International Health Economics Association World Congress, Toronto, Jul 2011
Canadian Health Economics Study Group, London (Ontario), Jul 2011
University of Brescia, Department of Economics, Italy, Jun 2011
University of Sheffield, Department of Economics, UK, Nov 2010
European Conference of Health Economics (ECHE), Rome, Italy, Jul 2008
University of Modena, Department of Economics, Italy, Feb 2008
International Health Economics Association Congress, Copenhagen, Jul 2007
Monash University, Centre for Health Economics, Melbourne, Jul 2006
American Journal of Health Economics; Applied Economic Perspective and Policy; Contemporary Economic Policy; Economic Journal; Empirical Economics; European Economic Review; Education Economics; Health Economics; International Journal of Microsimulation; International Journal of Public Health; International Journal of Simulation and Process Modelling; Journal of Applied Economics; Journal of Health Economics; Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics; Preventive Medicine; Social Science and Medicine; Value in Health.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Journal article
Research output: Working paper
Research output: Working paper