Tips, examples & peer review rubrics
You will find a general instruction on how to give an emprical micro talk below:
Jess M. Shapiro, "How to give an applied micro talk," Chicago Booth and NBER.
Here you will find two examples of student presentation (article & slides) from last semester
Article: Luigi Siciliani, Anderson Stanciole, and Rowena Jacobs, Do waiting times reduces hospital costs?, Journal of Health Economics, 2009, 28: 771-780.
Article: Article: Daifeng He, and Peter Mchenry, Does formal employment reduce informal caregiving?, Health Economics, 2016, 25: 829-843.
Class of Spring 2017:
Presenters: Ing & Kale
Article: Shinsuke Tanaka, Environmental regulations on air pollution in China and their impacts on infant mortality,Journal of Health Economics, 2015, 42: 90-103.
Presenters: May, Pun & Kinji
Article: Meiping Sun, The potential causal effect of Hukou on health among rural-to-urban migrants in China, Revised and Resubmitted to China Economics Review.
Presenters: Viivi & Jean
Article: Marten Palme, and Emilia Simeonova, Does women's education affect breast cancer risk and survival? Evidence from a population based social experiment in education, Journal of Health Economics, 2015, 42: 115-124.
Presenters: Tiffany, Mega, & Eva
Article: Dean Jamison, Shane Murphy, and Martin Sandbu. Why has under-5 mortality decreased at such different rates in different countries?Journal of Health Economics, 2016, 48: 16-25.