Culyer, A(nthony) J(ohn)
CULYER, A(nthony) J(ohn)
CULYER, A(nthony) J(ohn). British, b. 1942. Genres: Economics, Medicine/Health, Bibliography. Career: Professor of Economics, University of York, since 1979 (Lecturer and Reader, 1969-79; Deputy Director, Institute of Social and Economic Research, 1971-82). Tutor and Assistant Lecturer, Exeter University, 1965-69; Visiting Professor at Queen's University, Kingston, Ont., 1976, Otago University, NZ, 1979, Australian National University, Canberra, 1979, and Trent University, Peterborough, Ont., 1985-86; professor, University of Toronto, 1989-; Pro-Vice-Chancellor, University of York, 1992-94, Deputy, 1994-; Institut fur Medizinische Informatic und Systemforschung, Munich, 1990. Publications: The Economics of Social Policy, 1973; (with M.H. Cooper) Health Economics, 1973; Economic Policies and Social Goals, 1974; Need and the National Health Service, 1976; (with J. Wiseman and A. Walker) Annotated Bibliography of Health Economics, 1977; (with V. Halberstadt) Human Resources and Public Finance, 1977; Measuring Health: Lessons for Ontario, 1978; The Political Economy of Social Policy, 1980; (with B. Horisberger) Economic and Medical Evolution of Health Care Technologies, 1983; (with others) The International Bibliography of Health Economics, 1986; Health Care Expenditure in Canada: Myth and Reality, Past and Future, 1988; The Economics of Health, 2 vols., 1991; The Political Economy of Social Policy, 1991; Svensk Sjukvard: Basti Varlden?, 1992; Equity in Health Care, 1992. EDITOR: (with K. Wright) Economic Aspects of Health Services, 1978; Health Indicators, 1983; (with G. Terny) Public Finance and Social Policy, 1985; Economics, 1985; (with B. Jonsson) Public and Private Health Services, 1986; Standards for Socioeconomic Evaluation of Health Care Products and Services, 1990; (co-) Competition in Health Care: Reforming the NHS, 1990; (with A. Wagstaff) Reforming Health Care Systems: Experiments with the NHS, 1996. Address: The Laurels, Barmby Moor, York YO4 5EJ, England.