Paolo joined HERC in October 2018. Prior to joining the team, Paolo was developing his PhD in Health Economics on the methodological challenges in economic evaluation of universal programmes to promote healthy behaviours. Paolo’s background is in Economics (MSc), Exercise and Sport Sciences (BSc) and Public Health (MSc).
Paolo’s research interests include decision-analytic modelling, behaviour change, economics of health promotion and handling of missing data in cost-effectiveness analysis. Paolo is currently working on a project which focuses on the economics of stroke. This study will assess the impact of pioneering stroke interventions on population-level costs and outcomes across 32 countries, namely, the current 28 members of the European Union, as well as Iceland, Norway, Switzerland and Israel.
Taking a local government perspective for economic evaluation of a population-level programme to promote exercise
CANDIO F. et al, (2021), Health Policy
Copula models for addressing sample selection in the evaluation of public health programmes: an application to the Leeds Let’s Get Active study
CANDIO F. et al, (2020), Applied Health Economics and Health Policy
Cost-effectiveness of mechanical thrombectomy for treatment of non-minor ischaemic stroke across Europe
CANDIO F. et al, (2020), Stroke
How Should a Safe and Effective COVID-19 Vaccine be Allocated? Health Economists Need to be Ready to Take the Baton.
Roope LSJ. et al, (2020), Pharmacoecon Open
Cost-effectiveness of a proportionate universal offer of free exercise: Leeds Let’s Get Active
Candio P. et al, (2020), Journal of Public Health