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Carr-Hill, Roy A.


CARR-HILL, Roy A. British, b. 1943. Genres: Criminology/True Crime, Education, Mathematics/Statistics, Medicine/Health, Public/Social administration, Social sciences. Career: University of Sussex, Brighton, England, lecturer, 1971-74; Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, Paris, France, administrator, 1974-77; Universdade Eduardo Mondlane, Maputo, Mozambique, professor, 1978-81; Medical Research Council, Aberdeen, Scotland, research fellow, 1981-83; University of York, Centre for Health Economics, Heslington, England, senior research fellow, 1984-96, professor in health and social statistics, 1996-; University of Hull, England, School of Social and Political Sciences, research coordinator, 1991-93; University of London, Institute of Education, England, professor, 1992-. Publications: (with O. Magnusson) Indicators of Performance of Educational Systems, 1973; (with N.H. Stern) Crime Police and Criminal Statistics, 1979; (with C. Pritchard) The Development and Exploitation of Empirical Birth-weight Standards, 1985; (with others) The Functioning and Effects of the Tanzanian Literacy Programme, 1991; Social Conditions in Sub-Saharan Africa, 1991; (with others) Skill Mix and the Effectiveness of Nursing Care, 1992; (with C. Pritchard) Women's Social Standing, 1992; (with others) Les inegalities de sante en France et en Grande Borlagne, 1991; (with G. Carron) Non-formal Education, 1992; (with O'Ketch, Katahoise, and Ndiddie) Adult Literacy Programmes in Uganda, 1999; (co) The Fourth Way, 2000. Address: c/o Centre for Health Economics, University of York, Heslington, York YO10 5DD, England. Online address: [email protected]

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