Anne Wenche Emblem is an Associate Professor at the School of Business and Law at the University of Agder. She holds a doctorate (Dr.oecon) in Economics from Norwegian School of Economics (NHH).
Emblem aspires to do research of high relevance to the society and she takes pleasure from collaborating with external partners in public and private sector. Emblem’s research interests are within the fields of real estate economics, housing, health and living arrangements. Also, she conducts research on health care financing and health economics.
Her research is published in scientific journals, such as Research in Economics,Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, International Journal of Health Care Finance and Economic, International Tax and Public Finance and Journal of Property Research.
Emblem previously served as Senior Analyst at Oxford Research, Chief of Staff/Adviser at Sørlandet Hospital and she has worked for the United Nations in Rome. She was also a consultant at the Ministry of Health and Social Affairs, and she has served as Research Assistant at the Centre for Applied Research at NHH.
Emblem is head of the Center for Real Estate Economics, leader of the research group Real Estate: Economics and law, member of the research group Health Economics, member of board of Kristiansand Næringsselskap, Sørlandet Boligbyggelag, Lillesand næringsareal AS, member of the faculty board of HH UiA and board of Forskerforbudnet UiA. She is a former member of the steering committee for Research based evaluation of the National Mammography Screening Programme in Norway (2007-15) and the government appointed committee suggesting a new financing system for financing regional health authorities in Norway (NOU 2008:2).
Economic Evaluation of Health Care Programmes
Real estate economics
Health economics, Financing of health care. Economic valuation of life and health, economic evaluation of health care programmes. Health policy, justice. Public economics.
Real estate economics. Housing economics. Housing and welfare
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