Michel Grignon, McMaster University

Assistant Professor Health, Aging and Society Hamilton, Ontario grignon@mcmaster.ca Office: (905) 525-9140 ext. 23493

Bio/Research

Population aging and health care expenditures: This CIHR grant (Pilot Project Grants, 33481) is aimed at identifying, describing, and assessing the quality of datasets to be used in the analysis of changes over time and across institutional environments in the age profile of health care expenditu...

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Bio/Research

Population aging and health care expenditures: This CIHR grant (Pilot Project Grants, 33481) is aimed at identifying, describing, and assessing the quality of datasets to be used in the analysis of changes over time and across institutional environments in the age profile of health care expenditures.

Aging and sickness leaves: Using panel data in Canada, France and the United Kingdom, the objective is to evaluate the impact of labour market institutions on the link between age and absenteeism.

Investigation of preferences and choices in health care financing and resources allocation in Canada using experimental economics: CIHR grant, NET, J. Hurley Principal Investigator.

Equity in health care use and health policy: we measure equity on individual level data in different policy environments and interpret differences using a systematic body of knowledge on health care policies in these environments (economics and politicalscience). Dr. Grignon has published peer reviewed articles in economics and policy journals.



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