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    Particulars

     

    Advisor of Studies - Business Economics

    Co-Director - Centre for Health Research at the Management School (CHaRMS)

    Fellow - Centre for Evidence and Social Innovation (CESI)

     

    Office Location: 01.019, Riddel Hall Block 3

    Office Phone: +44 (0)28 9097 4702

    Office Hours: Thursdays, 1315-1445

     

    Working Papers (RePEc): https://ideas.repec.org/f/pmc202.html

     

    ORCID: http://orcid.org/0000-0003-0131-3466

     

     Twitter: @mcgovern_me

     

    Teaching

     

    MSc Labour Economics and Social Policy (ECO7014) - 2nd Semester

    Statistical Methods (ECO1003) - 2nd Semester 

     

    Achievements and Distinctions

     

    - Awarded 2016 Barrington Medal by Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland (Lecture Title: Progress and the Lack of Progress in Addressing Infant Health and Infant Health Inequalities in Ireland during the 20th Century)

     

    - Program on the Global Demography of Aging Fellow at Harvard University: 2013 - 2015

     

    - Visiting Scientist at Harvard University: 2011 - 2013

     

    - 2013 Irish Economic Association Denis Conniffe Best Paper Award (Still Unequal at Birth: Birth Weight, Socioeconomic Status and Outcomes at Age 9)

     

     

    Research Statement

     

    Mark McGovern is a Lecturer in Economics at Queen’s Management School, Queen’s University Belfast, and the UKCRC Centre of Excellence for Public Health (Northern Ireland). Prior to joining Queen’s in September 2015, he was a Program on the Global Demography of Aging Postdoctoral Fellow at Harvard University. He received his PhD in economics from University College Dublin in 2013. His main research interests are in health, development, and labour economics, including a variety of topics in ageing, HIV, and maternal/child health.

     

    His current projects include estimating the long run economic effects of childhood malnutrition (in collaboration with UNICEF), the macroeconomic burden of non-communicable disease (in collaboration with the Pan-American Health Organization and Harvard University), and methods for dealing with non-ignorable missing data in observational studies and randomised control trials.

     

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    Frequent Journals

    • The Journal of the Economics of Ageing

      ISSNs: 2212-828X

      Elsevier BV

      Scopus rating (2017): CiteScore 1.3 SJR 0.631 SNIP 1.195

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    • International Journal of Epidemiology

      ISSNs: 0300-5771

      Additional searchable ISSN (Electronic): 1464-3685

      Oxford University Press

      Scopus rating (2017): CiteScore 4.6 SJR 3.969 SNIP 2.991

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    • Economics and Human Biology

      ISSNs: 1570-677X

      Additional searchable ISSN (Electronic): 1873-6130

      Elsevier

      Scopus rating (2017): CiteScore 2.94 SJR 2.123 SNIP 1.583

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    • Health Economics

      ISSNs: 1099-1050

      John Wiley and Sons Ltd

      Scopus rating (2017): CiteScore 2.03 SJR 1.533 SNIP 1.278

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    • Statistics in Medicine

      ISSNs: 0277-6715

      Additional searchable ISSN (Electronic): 1097-0258

      John Wiley and Sons Ltd

      Scopus rating (2017): CiteScore 1.99 SJR 2.375 SNIP 1.424

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