Resource Allocation

Cost and cost-effectiveness of a universal HIV testing and treatment intervention in Zambia and South Africa: Evidence and projections from the HPTN 071(PopART) Trial – under review

Hauck K, Morton A, Chalkidou K, Chi Y-L, Culyer A, Levin C, Meacock R, Over M, Thomas R, Vassall A, Verguet S, Smith Pet al., 2019, How can we evaluate the cost-effectiveness of health system strengthening? A typology and illustrations, Social Science and Medicine, Vol: 220, Pages: 141-149, ISSN: 0277-9536

Morton A, Arulselvan A, Thomas RA, 2018, Allocation Rules for Global Donors., Journal of Health Economics, Vol: 58, Pages: 67-75, ISSN: 0167-6296

Hauck KD, Thomas R, Smith P, 2017, Beyond Cost Effectiveness: Health Systems Constraints to Delivery of a Health Benefits Package, What’s in What’s out: Designing Benefits for Universal Health Coverage, Editors: Glassman, Giedion, Smith, Publisher: Center for Global Development, Pages: 201-213

Thomas RA, Morton A, Smith P, 2016, Decision rules for allocation of finances to health systems strengthening, Journal of Health Economics, Vol: 49, Pages: 97-108, ISSN: 0167-6296

Thomas RA, Chalkidou K, 2016, Cost–effectiveness analysis, Health System Efficiency How to Make Measurement Matter for Policy and Management, Editors: Smith, Cylus, Papanicolas, Publisher: European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies, ISBN: 9789289050418

Hauck KD, Thomas R, Smith PC, 2016, Departures from cost-effectiveness recommendations: The impact of health system constraints on priority setting, Health Systems & Reform, Vol: 2, Pages: 61-70, ISSN: 2328-8604