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Scientist: Simona Gamba
Simona Gamba is Assistant Professor at the University of Milan, Department of Economics and Quantitative Methods. In 2015 she obtained her Ph.D. in Public Economics from DEFAP (Graduate School in Public Economics), Catholic University of Milan, and she holds a master in Economics of International Development from Sciences Po, Paris.
She previously worked as a researcher at IMT (Institute for Advances Studies of Lucca), FBK-IRVAPP (Research Institute for the Evaluation of Public Policies), the University of Verona, and the Catholic University of Milan.
Her research interests lie mainly in the field of health economics and economics of innovation, in particular with reference to the impact of regulation, such as global and cross-national politics of Intellectual Property Rights, on innovation and accessibility in healthcare. She has experience in the analysis of microeconomic data and impact evaluation. The main results of her research activity have been published in international peer-reviewed journals such as the Journal of Health Economics, Health Policy, World Development and the Scandinavian Journal of Economics. More information
Interview with study author Simona Gamba When it comes to less profitable markets such as rare diseases, paediatric diseases or antimicrobials, medicines in the EU could be hard to come by, both in terms of price and availability. On Thursday 19 October, Senior Assistant Professor Simona Gamba (University of Milan, Italy) presented the study "Improving ...
onOctober 16, 2023
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