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Date: June 2019 | Sector: Global health | Communicable & non-communicable diseases | Expertise: Health economics & evaluation
Applying the ‘no-one worse off’ criterion
In a co-authored article published in the journal 'AIDS' (Vol. 33, No. 7, June, 2019), Laura Grobicki, a senior consultant in CEPA’s Global Health team has contributed to it based on the HIV allocative efficiency modelling work she undertook in Togo.
The article, entitled “Applying the ‘no-one worse off’ criterion to design Pareto efficient HIV responses in Sudan and Togo” considers whether in some cases, requiring Pareto efficiency may reduce the potential for population-wide welfare gains. It concludes that Pareto efficiency may be an appropriate addition to the quantitative toolset.
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