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Call for Papers Workshop on Mortality and Morbidity Risk Valuation – advances and remaining challenges

14 October - 15 October

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Objective and Scope

This workshop aims at discussing current contributions, current issues, and new frontiers of research on morbidity and mortality risk valuation.

We welcome research papers from established and early career researchers dealing with health preference elicitation, monetary valuation of health improvements, Value per statistical life, Value per QALY and Value per DALY…

The workshop also aims at providing an opportunity to PhD students and early career researchers to present ongoing works in mortality and/or morbidity valuation and receive feedback from both their peers and more established researchers.

Keynote speaker

Prof. Han Bleichrodt, University of Alicante


Daniel Herrera-Araujo (LEDa, Paris Dauphine University)

Susan Chilton (Newcastle University)

Rebecca McDonald (University of Birmingham)

Morgan Beeson (Newcastle University)

Submission Information

If you are interested in joining this workshop, we invite you to fill this form. The deadline for submitting this information is 15th of October 2023. Notification of acceptance will be communicated no later than end of October.

Date of the conference

The workshop will take place on the afternoon of the 25th of January 2024 and on the morning/early afternoon of the 26th of January 2024. It will include a social event (workshop dinner) on the first day.


The workshop will follow a pay-your-own-way model. All participants will need to cover their own travel expenses. The conference will provide lunches and dinners. For PhD candidates and post-docs without funding, funding for travel and accommodation will be available, candidates must signal this request when submitting their paper.

Conference Venue:

Pl. du Maréchal de Lattre de Tassigny, 75016 Paris, France

More information Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact us via e-mail: nicolas.koutsandreou@dauphine.eu

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