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Ms Michele Barry

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Michele Barry

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Economics

Economics
Department of Economics

021-4903520 m.barry@ucc.ie

Biography

Michele Barry is a full-time lecturer and doctoral candidate in the Department of Economics. She holds Primary, Postgraduate Diploma and Masters Degrees from the National University of Ireland, Cork. Her main areas of interest are Quantitative Economics and Health Economics. Michele is program director of the Postgraduate Diploma in Health and Evaluation Economics. She is also Deputy Chair of the Graduate Studies Committee in the Department. She teaches the following subjects primarily – econometrics, research methods, health economics, economic evaluations, case study analysis, and survey methods. She supervises Masters research theses also. Her areas of interests within Health Economics are in evaluations, surgical interventions, demand for health and inequalities. Quantitatively, she is currently interested in treatment effects and in non-experimental evaluation. She is registered with the University of Edinburgh, Scotland where she is currently undertaking her PhD. She presented a conference paper on irish health inequalities at the 8th INFER Annual Conference in 2006.

 

Research Interests

Her main areas of interest are Quantitative Economics and Health Economics.  Her areas of interests within Health Economics are in evaluations, surgical interventions, demand for health and inequalities. Quantitatively, she is currently interested in treatment effects and in non-experimental evaluation. She is registered with the University of Edinburgh, Scotland where she is currently undertaking her PhD.

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Languages

  • French : Reading=; Writing=; Speaking=
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Committees

  • , Graduate Studies Committee (/)
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Education

  • University College Cork , BA - ECONOMICS - UCC, Economics and French (2002)
  • University College Cork , Postgraduate Diploma, Economics (2003)
  • University College Cork , M.A., Economics (2004)
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Employment

  • Lecturer, University College Cork (/)
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Teaching Interests

  • She teaches the following subjects primarily – econometrics, research methods, health economics, economic evaluations, case study analysis, and survey methods.
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Publications

Conference Contributions

Year Publication
2006 Inequalities and Health: Identifying the socio-economic factors which affect people's health status in Ireland. [Oral Presentation]
Barry, Michele (2006) Inequalities and Health: Identifying the socio-economic factors which affect people's health status in Ireland. [Oral Presentation].
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