Good health and social care are integral to a well-functioning and thriving society. While countries around the world have made great strides in health and social care over the past decades challenges remain, both old and new.
To inform effective policy you need to anticipate pressures on, and from, health and social care systems and understand the wider consequences of interventions. We can help you do this. As economists, we offer a system view of these problems and their relationship to other policy areas such as workforce strategies, productivity, economic growth and public finance.
Some challenging questions we can help you answer:
- What are the economy-wide impacts and fiscal consequences of health interventions?
- What are the economic challenges of greater longevity and declining fertility in advanced economies?
- How can non-health interventions promote inclusive and healthy economies at a local and national level?