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Prof. Giuliano Masiero

giuliano.masiero@unibg.it

Tel.: +39 0352052045 (Dalmine - ex ENEL)

Office hours: venerdý dalle 10 alle 12 oppure su appuntamento.

Building: Dalmine - ex ENEL
via Pasubio 7b - 24044 Dalmine (BG) - Italy
room 4.03

Associate professor: Department of Management, Information and Production Engineering

Associate professor: School of Engineering


Subjects:
37161 Health Economics Economia sanitaria (6 crediti)
95010 Health Economics Economia sanitaria (9 crediti)
148009 Healthcare Logistics Management + Health Economics and Policy Corso integrato di Healthcare Logistics Management + Health Economics and Policy
37186 Market Regulation and Health Care -ENG Market Regulation and Health Care

Subjects (previous Academic Years):
8920 Economics of Health Economia sanitaria (5 crediti)
8524 Economics of Market Forms Economia delle forme di mercato (5 crediti)
37037 Welfare and Market Regulation -ENG Welfare and Market Regulation


prof. Giuliano Masiero

Giuliano Masiero is associate professor of Economics at the University of Bergamo. He holds a PhD in Economics from the University of York (UK), a doctorate in Economics from the University of Ancona, and the national scientific qualification to full professor (in public economics). He is currently teaching health and public economics, and market regulation in undergraduate, graduate and doctoral courses, and collaborating with the University of Lugano (USI). He published several scientific papers in the main health economics and policy journals. The main research areas are health and public economics, with a particular focus on regulation and policy aspects, through the application of econometric methods. Particular attention has been devoted to the investigation of primary care markets, antibiotic consumption and bacterial resistance, patient and doctor behaviour, efficiency in long-term care, and more recently antidepressant drugs and mental health, the economic effects of earthquakes and the effects of air pollution and environmental shocks on health. Some research projects benefited from the financial support of the European Commission and the Swiss National Science Foundation (FNS).



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RECENT PUBLICATIONS (2014-2019)
The impact of ambient air pollution on hospital admissions
European Journal of Health Economics, 2019, 20, 919-931
Habits and rational behavior in residential electricity demand
Resource and Energy Economics, 2018, 52, 137-152
Persistent and transient productive inefficiency in a regulated industry: electricity distribution
Energy Economics, 2018, 69, 325-334
The role of culture in long-term care arrangement decisions
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 2017, 143, 186-200
Is higher nursing home quality more costly?
European Journal of Health Economics, 2016, 17, 1011-1026
Migrant integration policies and health inequalities in Europe
BMC Public Health, 2016, 16, 463
Competitive tendering versus performance-based negotiation in Swiss public transport
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 2015, 82, 158-168
Structural and managerial cost differences in nonprofit nursing homes
Economic Modelling, 2015, 51, 289-298
Antibiotic consumption and the role of dispensing physicians
Regional Science & Urban Economics, 2014, 49, 242-251
Implications of global budget payment system on nursing home costs
Health Policy, 2014, 115, 237-248
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Topics for Dissertations
Spesa sociale e impatto sulla salute
Impatto degli shock ambientali sulla salute e sull'uso dei servizi sanitari
Cost-effectiveness dell'uso di tecnologie sanitarie (procedure diagnostiche)
Effetti dei disastri naturali sulla performance e sulla sostenibilitÓ delle imprese
Analisi della domanda di farmaci antidepressivi e impatto sulla salute
ProduttivitÓ ed efficienza di costo nei servizi di cura agli anziani