Mauro Laudicella is a Professor in Health Economics at the Danish Centre for Health Economics - DaCHE, in the University of Southern Denmark - SDU. He previously worked as a Senior Lecturer at City, University of London and as a Research Fellow in the Centre for Health Economics at the University of York.
Mauro holds a PhD in Economics from the University of York and an MSc in Economics from the University College London.
Mauro's research interests are in Applied Health Economics and focus on the impact of technological progress, the drivers of the increasing demand for health care and their implications for the Health System, inequality in access to health services, and the impact of health policies on the performance of health care providers.
His research has attracted external funding including a Marie-Curie Individual Fellowship sponsored by the European Union. His work has been published in the Journal of Health Economics, Health Economics, and Social Science & Medicine.
et al., 2022, Age, morbidity, or something else? A residual approach using microdata to measure the impact of technological progress on health care expenditure, Health Economics, Vol:31, ISSN:1057-9230, Pages:1184-1201
et al., 2022, Effects of screening for anxiety and depression in patients with ischaemic heart disease - a nationwide Danish register study, Scandinavian Journal of Public Health, ISSN:1403-4948
Laudicella M, Li Donni P, 2021, The dynamic interdependence in the demand of primary and emergency secondary care: A hidden Markov approach, Journal of Applied Econometrics, Vol:37, ISSN:0883-7252, Pages:521-536
Pulleyblank R, Laudicella M, Olsen KR, 2021, Cost and quality impacts of treatment setting for type 2 diabetes patients with moderate disease severity: Hospital- vs. GP-based monitoring, Health Policy, Vol:125, ISSN:0168-8510, Pages:760-767
Olsen KR, Laudicella M, 2019, Health care inequality in free access health systems: The impact of non pecuniary incentives on diabetic patients in Danish general practices, Social Science & Medicine, Vol:230, ISSN:0277-9536, Pages:174-183