Dr Mark Dodd
|Org Unit||School of Economics|
|Telephone||+61 8 8313 4931|
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PhD (Economics), The University of Adelaide, 2011
Graduate Certificate in Education (Higher Education), The University of Adelaide, 2011
Bachelor of Economics (Honours First Class), The University of Adelaide, 2006
Bachelor of Commerce (Corporate Finance), The University of Adelaide, 2005
Diploma in Languanges (Chinese), The University of Adelaide, 2005
I have been lecturing at the University of Adelaide since 2010.
I have a Graduate Certificate in Education (Higher Education) from the University of Adelaide, and am actively involved in Faculty and University-wide Learning and Teaching innitiatives.
My research interests are in health economics, and more generally, in applied microeconomics.
- Obesity and body weight
- Health and lifestyle choices
- Chronic health conditions
- Intertemporal choice
- Assisted reproductive technologies
- Commerical and altruistic surrogacy
Dodd, M. (2014), "Intertemporal discounting as a risk factor for high BMI: Evidence from Australia, 2008", Economics and Human Biology, 12:83-97
Dodd, M. (2012), "Parallel teaching of postgraduate coursework students in undergraduate courses: An examination of student expectations, experiences, and views", ergo, 2(3):5-17
Adams, R. J.; Appleton, S. L.; Hill, C. L.; Dodd, M.; Findlay, C. & Wilson, D. (2009) "Risks associated with low functional health literacy in an Australian population", Medical Journal of Australia, 191:530-534
Dodd, M. (2008), "Obesity and time-inconsistent preferences", Obesity Research & Clinical Practice, 2(2):83-89.
Economics Society of Australia
Australian Health Economics Society
International Health Economics Association
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