Research Assistant - Health Economics, The University of Melbourne
Patrick Abraham is a health economist and research assistant within the Health Economics Unit, and the Population Interventions Unit, within the School of Population and Global Health. His field of research involves economic evaluations and cost-effectiveness analysis in Australia, as well as low- and middle-income settings.
Patrick specialises in health cost and expenditure data analysis, while also assisting in developing decision-analytic models for cost-effectiveness and cost-utility analyses. He has an interest in the intersection of health economics, global health and epidemiology.
Jul 01, 2021 03:41 am UTC| Economy
Lockdowns are costly. They damage businesses and livelihoods. Victorias recent lockdown cost about $100 million a day in lost economic activity, according to Victorian Treasury. NSWs current lockdown will cost about...