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Adrian Towse

MA MPhil

Director of the Office of Health Economics

Adrian Towse has been Director of the Office of Heath Economics since 1992. His interests include the use of "risk-sharing" arrangements between health care payers and pharmaceutical companies to manage the introduction of new health technologies; the economics of pharmacogenetics for health care payers and for the pharmaceutical industry; economic issues around the use of public private partnerships for the development of treatments for less developed country diseases; and the economics of medical negligence - incentive properties and costs of 'no fault' versus reformed tort procedures.