Professor Richard Smith BA MSc PhD HonMFPH
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I have been a Health Economist for over 25 years, following undergraduate and postgraduate studies in economics at the University of York. Upon leaving York in 1991, I worked in Sydney, Cambridge, Bristol, Melbourne and Norwich, before joining the LSHTM in May 2007. From 2008-2011 I served as Head of Department of Global Health & Development, and since 2011 have served as Dean of Faculty of Public Health & Policy.
My current interests are broadly in the interaction and interface between a nations health system and other systems - both within the nation (e.g. agriculture, manufacturing and finance sectors) and between different countries (e.g. through movement of patients and health professionals). This interest has been manifest in two areas: (i) macro-economic modeling of health (care), concerning the impact of communicable and non-communicable diseases and related polices; and(ii) economic analysis of the impact of trade and trade agreements. A significant programme of work that I am involved in, which concerns these areas is with the Leverhulme Centre for Intergrative Research on Agriculture and Health.
- Climate change
- Complex interventions
- Drug resistance
- Health systems
Disease and Health Conditions
- Chronic disease
- Emerging Infectious Disease
- Infectious disease
- Non-communicable diseases
- Pandemic diseases
- United Kingdom
Medical tourism in Thailand: a cross-sectional study.
Noree, T. ; Hanefeld, J. ; Smith, R. ;
Bull World Health Organ, 2016; 94(1):30-6
How much priority is given to nutrition and health in the EU Common Agricultural Policy?
Walls, H.L.; Cornelsen, L.; Lock, K.; Smith, R.D.
Food Policy, 2016; 59:12-23
Moving towards policy coherence in trade and health.
Walls, H. ; Baker, P. ; Smith, R. ;
J Public Health Policy, 2015;
Distributional Considerations in Economic Responses to Antimicrobial Resistance
Coast, J.; Smith, R.D.
Public Health Ethics, 2015; 8(3):225-237
International patients within the NHS: A case of public sector entrepreneurialism.
Lunt, N. ; Exworthy, M. ; Hanefeld, J. ; Smith, R.D. ;
Soc Sci Med, 2014;
WHAT HAPPENS TO PATTERNS OF FOOD CONSUMPTION WHEN FOOD PRICES CHANGE? EVIDENCE FROM A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS OF FOOD PRICE ELASTICITIES GLOBALLY.
Cornelsen, L. ; Green, R. ; Turner, R. ; Dangour, A.D. ; Shankar, B. ; Mazzocchi, M. ; Smith, R.D. ;
Health Econ, 2014;
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