Professor John Wildman
Professor of Health Economics
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Telephone: +44 (0) 191 208 1640
- Address: Room 7.20, 7th Floor,
5 Barrack Road
Newcastle upon Tyne
I am a health economist based in Economics and the Institute of Health and Society at Newcastle. My research has mainly focused on health inequalities in the UK. I am also interested in QALY weights, blood donation, health and lifestyles and, more generally, empirical applications in health.
Health Economics, health inequalities, valuation of a QALY, QALY weights
Econometric applications in health
Econometrics (ECO3008), Statistics for Economists (ECO1007/1008), Introductory Economics (ECO1017), Applied Economics (ECO2096), Current Economics Issues (ECO2097)
- Braakmann N, Waqas M, Wildman J. Are immigrants in favour of immigration? Evidence from England and Wales. BE Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy 2017, (ePub ahead of Print).
- Wildman J, Baker R, Donaldson C. Health and Brexit. Health Economics 2017, 26(8), 959–961.
- Wildman J, McMeekin P, Grieve E, Briggs A. Economic evaluation of integrated new technologies for health and social care: Suggestions for policy makers, users and evaluators. Social Science and Medicine 2016, 169, 141-148.
- Mason H, van Exel J, Baker R, Brouwer W, Donaldson C, Donaldson C, Baker R, Mason H, Pennington M, Bell S, Jones-Lee M, Wildman J, Lancsar E, Robinson A, Bacon P, Olsen JA, Gyrd-Hansen D, Kjaer T, Beck M, Nielsen JS, Persson U, Bergman A, Protiere C, Moatti JP, Luchini S, Pinto Prades JL, Mataria A, Khatib R, Jaralla Y, Brouwer W, van Exel J, Topor-Madry R, Kozierkiewicz A, Poznanski D, Kocot E, Gulacsi L, Pentek M, Kharroubi S, Manca A, Shackley P. From representing views to representativeness of views: Illustrating a new (Q2S) approach in the context of health care priority setting in nine European countries. Social Science and Medicine 2016, 166, 205-213.
- Bonilla R, Kiraly F, Wildman J. Marriage Premia and Classes. Newcastle University Working Paper 2016. In Preparation.
- Braakmann N, Wildman JR. Reconsidering the impact of family size on labour supply: The twin-problems of the twin-birth instrument. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A 2016, 179(4), 1093-1115.
- Vernazza CR, Steele JG, Whitworth JM, Wildman JR, Donaldson C. Factors affecting direction and strength of patient preferences for treatment of molar teeth with non-vital pulps. International Endodontic Journal 2015, 48(12), 1137-1146.
- Vernazza CR, Wildman JR, Steele JG, Whitworth JM, Walls AWG, Perry R, Matthews R, Hahn P, Donaldson C. Factors affecting patient valuations of caries prevention: using and validating the willingness to pay method. Journal of Dentistry 2015, 43(8), 981-988.
- McMeekin P, Wildman J, Ford GA, Vale L, Price CI. Relative distributions: a novel method for examining trends between stroke onset and thrombolysis time. Stroke 2015, 46(5), 1381-1383.
- Graybill EM, McMeekin P, Wildman J. Can Aging in Place Be Cost Effective? A Systematic Review. PLoS One 2014, 9(7), e102705.
- Baker R, Wildman J, Mason H, Donaldson C, SVQ Study Team. Q-ing for Health-A New Approach to Eliciting the Public's Views on Health Care Resource Allocation. Health Economics 2014, 23(3), 283-297.
- Guarnizo-Herreño GC, Watt RG, Fuller E, Steele JG, Shen J, Morris S, Wildman J, Tsakos G. Socioeconomic position and subjective oral health: findings for the adult population in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. BMC Public Health 2014, 14, 827.
- Steele J, Shen J, Tsakos G, Fuller E, Morris S, Watt R, Guarnizo-Herreño C, Wildman J. The Interplay between Socioeconomic Inequalities and Clinical Oral Health. Journal of Dental Research 2014.
- Shen J, Wildman J, Steele J. Measuring and decomposing oral health inequalities in an UK population. Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology 2013, 41(6), 481-489.
- Wildman J, Hollingsworth B. Public smoking bans and self-assessed health: Evidence from Great Britain. Economics Letters 2013, 118(1), 209-212.
- Wildman J, Shen J. What Impact Does Income Inequality Have on Individual Health?. In: Cuyler, T, ed. Encyclopedia of Health Economics. Elsevier, 2013. In Press.
- Lancsar E, Wildman J, Donaldson C, Ryan M, Baker B. Deriving distributional weights for QALYs through discrete choice experiments. Journal of Health Economics 2011, 30(2), 466-478.
- Baker R, Chilton S, Donaldson C, Jones-Lee M, Lancsar E, Mason H, Metcalf H, Pennington M, Wildman J. Searchers vs surveyors in estimating the monetary value of a QALY: resolving a nasty dilemma for NICE. Health Economics, Policy and Law 2011, 6(4), 435-447.
- Mann KD, Brown MC, Wildman JR, Parker L, Pearce MS. Standardized Birth Weight Predicts Psychological Well-Being Age 49-51 Years in the Newcastle Thousand Families Study. In: Journal of Developmental Origins of Health and Disease: 7th World Congress on Developmental Origins of Health and Disease. 2011, Portland, Oregon, USA: Cambridge University Press.
- Donaldson C, Baker R, Mason H, Jones-Lee M, Lancsar E, Wildman J, Bateman I, Loomes G, Robinson A, Sugden R, Prades JLP, Ryan M, Shackley P, Smith R. The social value of a QALY: raising the bar or barring the raise?. BMC Health Services Research 2011, 11(1), 8.
- Sutton M, Whittaker W, Morris S, Glover G, Dusheiko M, Wildman J, Gravelle H, Burrows S, Simpson J, Fe-Rodriguez E, Brich S, Smith PC. Report of the Resource Allocation for Mental health and Prescribing (RAMP) Project. London, UK: Department of Health, 2010. Department of Health RARP35.
- Morris S, Sutton M, Dixion P, Wildman J, Birch S, Raine R, Chandola T, Orr S, Jit M, Wolff J, Atkinson S, Marmot M. Research on the health inequalities elements of theNHS weighted capitation formula. London, UK: Department of Health, 2010. Department of Health RARP36 122620.
- Baker R, Bateman I, Donaldson C, Jones-Lee M, Lancsar E, Loomes G, Mason H, Odejar M, Prades JLP, Robinson A, Ryan M, Shackley P, Smith R, Sugden R, Wildman J, SVQ Res Team. Weighting and valuing quality-adjusted life-years using stated preference methods: preliminary results from the Social Value of a QALY Project. Health Technology Assessment 2010, 14(27), 1-162.
- Wildman J, Hollingsworth B. Blood donation and the nature of altruism. Journal of Health Economics 2009, 28(2), 492-503.
- Jones AM, Wildman J. Health, income and relative deprivation: Evidence from the BHPS. Journal of Health Economics 2008, 27(2), 308-324.
- Donaldson C, Baker R, Bateman I, Jones-Lee M, Lancsar E, Loomes G, Mason H, Odejar M, Prades JLP, Robinson A, Ryan M, Shackley P, Smith R, Sugden R, Wildman J. Weighting and valuing quality adjusted life years: preliminary results from the social value of a QALY project. The SVQ Research Team, 2008.
- Contoyannis P, Wildman J. Using relative distributions to investigate the body mass index in England and Canada. Health Economics 2007, 16(9), 929-944.
- Hollingsworth B, Wildman J. What population factors influence the decision to donate blood?. Transfusion Medicine 2004, 14(1), 9-12.
- Richardson J, Wildman J, Robertson IK. A critique of the World Health Organisation's evaluation of health system performance. Health Economics 2003, 12(5), 355-366.
- Wildman J, Gravelle H, Sutton M. Health and income inequality: Attempting to avoid the aggregation problem. Applied Economics 2003, 35(9), 999-1004.
- Wildman J. Income related inequalities in mental health in Great Britain: Analysing the causes of health inequality over time. Journal of Health Economics 2003, 22(2), 295-312.
- Wildman J. Modelling health, income and income inequality: The impact of income inequality on health and health inequality. Journal of Health Economics 2003, 22(4), 521-538.
- Hollingsworth B, Wildman J. The Efficiency of Health Production: Re-estimating the WHO Panel Data using Parametric and Non-parametric Approaches to Provide Additional Information. Health Economics 2003, 12(6), 493-504.
- Gravelle H, Wildman J, Sutton M. Income, income inequality and health: what can we learn from aggregate data?. Social Science & Medicine 2002, 54(4), 577-589.
- Wildman J. The Impact of Income Inequality on Individual and Societal Health: Absolute Income, Relative Income and Statistical Artefacts. Health Economics 2001, 10(4), 357-361.