Dr Shuye Yu
Shuye Yu joined HERC as a researcher in March 2023. Shuye is currently working on a project that aims to conduct economic evaluations on different interventions for child anxiety.
Before starting at HERC, Shuye worked as a lecturer at the University of Groningen, where he also received his PhD degree in Economics. His PhD research focused on the health impacts of flexible working arrangements. Shuye obtained his MSc in Economics at UCL and MSc in Health Economics at the University of York.
Shuye’s research interests lie in applied microeconomics with a focus on health, labour, population and household topics.
Digitally augmented, parent-led CBT versus treatment as usual for child anxiety problems in child mental health services in England and Northern Ireland: a pragmatic, non-inferiority, clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness randomised controlled trial.
Creswell C. et al, (2024), Lancet Psychiatry