PhD, Environmental Economics
Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education Teaching (PGCHET)
Queen's University Belfast, Belfast, United Kingdom
University of Pisa, Pisa, Italy
Marco Boeri, PhD, is a Senior Economist in the Health Preference Assessment group at RTI-HS and honorary professor in practice in health economics at Queen's University Belfast. Dr. Boeri has over 10 years of experience in preference assessment in environmental and health economics and 2 years of experience in the private financial sector in marketing. He has extensive knowledge and expertise in experimental design, survey development, and modeling data from preference studies in health, food, and environmental economics. Dr. Boeri’s research focuses on the econometric analysis of heterogeneity in discrete-choice experiments and on comparing various stated preference analysis methodologies at the individual, household, and sample level.
Dr Boeri has coauthored the first applications of the Random Regret Minimization model in both environmental and health economics and published over 50 peer-reviewed papers, including several in applied economics journals across different disciplines, such as Pharmacoeconomics, Journal of Health Economics, Health Economics, Patient Prefer Adherence, Social Science and Medicine, Value in Health, Medical Decision Making, Preventive Medicine, Environmental and Resource Economics, Energy Economics, Transportation Research Part A, and the Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, demonstrating the applicability of his methodological tool at top levels in different topics and fields.
Dr Boeri has co-chaired the key project on preference heterogeneity in the Health Preference Research Special Interest Group of the International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) (https://www.ispor.org/member-groups/special-interest-groups/health-pref…) and leading the “preference elicitation in benefit-risk” workstream in the Benefit-Risk Special Interest Group at PSI (https://www.psiweb.org/sigs-special-interest-groups/benefit-risk-sig).