By: Tom Walsh
Source: The Noun Project
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The Finnish Health Economics Seminar Series (FINHESS) has been established as a key activity of The Finnish Association of Health and Economics to foster exchange between health economists and social scientists doing research in health-related topics. The series is organized as an online event in Teams once a month and will take place on Mondays, 3:00-4:00pm, starting January 2024. The presentations will primarily be held in English. A Scientific Committee chaired by Jaana Kari (JYU), Henri Salokangas (THL), and Markku Siikanen (VATT) will coordinate the series in year 2024.

Spring 2024 programme

15 January 2024, 15.00-16.00 (2-3 pm CET)

"Improving Performance Through Allocation and Competition: Evidence from a Patient Choice Reform" (paper), presenter: Mika Kortelainen (THL & University of Turku) See more info & Teams-link here

18 March 2024, 15.00-16.00 (2-3 pm CET)

"Assessing the impacts of alcohol sales restrictions", presenter: Tuomas Kosonen (VATT) See more info & Teams-link here

15 April 2024, 15.00-16.00 (2-3 pm CET)

"CEO’s Spouse’s Death and Firm Performance" Marko Korhonen (University of Oulu), See more info & Teams-link here

20 May 2024, 15.00-16.00 (2-3 pm CET)

"Language Training, Refugees’ Healthcare Integration, and the Next Generation's Health" (paper), presenter: Thang Dang (Centre for Fertility and Health, Norwegian Institute of Public Health)  See more info & Teams-link here⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠

6 June 2024: CANCELLED!