Former Lecturer in Public Health Economics
Dr Mentzakis has now left CEDAR
- PhD in Health Economics, University of Aberdeen (2008)
- MSc in Environmental Economics, University of York (2004)
- BSc in Economics, University of Athens (2003)
Background and experience
Following a PhD at the University of Aberdeen, Manos took up a two-year post-doctoral fellowship at McMaster University working closely with faculty at the Department of Economics and the McMaster Experimental Economics Laboratory (McEEL).
Current work and interests
Manos’ work focused on applied economics with an interest in a) experimental techniques (i.e. choice experiments and contingent valuation), their novel applications and a number of methodological aspects of their implementation and b) and non-experimental frameworks, with a focus on individual and household behaviours (using large secondary datasets), particularly determinants of individual health behaviour (e.g. self-assessed health, informal care, obesity etc.) and subjective well-being and the econometric modelling of such functions.
Professional memberships and roles
- Director of the MSc in Health Economics at University of East Anglia
- International Health Economics Association
- Canadian Economics Association
Publications to August 2012
- Mentzakis, E., McNamee, P., Ryan, M. and Sutton, M. Valuing informal care experience: Does choice of measure matter? Forthcoming in Social Indicators Research.
- Mentzakis, E., Ryan, M. and McNamee, P. 2011. Using discrete choice experiments to value informal care tasks: exploring preference heterogeneity. Health Economics, 20(8), 930-944.
- Mentzakis, E., Stefanowska, P. and Hurley, J. 2011. A discrete choice experiment investigating preferences for funding drugs used to treat orphan diseases”. Health Economics, Policy and Law, 6(3), 405-433.
- Mentzakis, E. 2011. Allowing for heterogeneity in monetary subjective well-being valuations. Health Economics, 20(3), 331-347.
- Mentzakis, E. and Delfino, D. 2010. Effects of air pollution and meteorological parameters on human health in the city of Athens, Greece. International Journal of Environment and Pollution, 40(1-2), 210-225.
- Mentzakis, E., McNamee, P. and Ryan, M. 2009. Who Cares and How Much: Exploring the determinants of co-residential informal care. Review of Economics of the Household, 7(3), 283-303.
- Mentzakis, E. and Moro, M. 2009. The poor, the rich and the happy: Exploring the link between income and subjective well-being. Journal of Socio-Economics, 38(1), 147-158.