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The outbreak of coronavirus and the infectious disease it causes (COVID-19) have taken different paths around the world, with countries experiencing different rates of infection, case prevalence and mortality.

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Event 22 January 2021, 12:00 pm

Webinar: Macroeconomic and health impact of COVID: the meeting of two communities

This webinar intends to bring together those two communities to discuss the challenges of combining macroeconomic and epidemiological modelling , with a focus on LMICs. We will first discuss the work of Marcus Keogh Brown and Henning Jensen, Associate Professors at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) on the macroeconomic impact on the Pakistan economy of Covid-19 and non-pharmaceutical interventions.
Event 14 January 2021,

Reflections from four experts on the role of epidemiological and macroeconomic modelling at the Health Economics Study Group meeting

Earlier this month, the Centre for Health Economics in London (CHIL) hosted the Winter 2021 Health Economists’ Study Group meeting online. The opening session discussed the joining up of health and economic evidence to support decision-makers across the world. Discussants included Peter Piot, John Edmunds, Edwine Barasa and Gesine Meyer-Rath. We compiled a small summary of points and share the video.