Edward Webb is a senior research fellow at the Academic Unit of Health Economics, University of Leeds, which he joined after graduating from his PhD at the University of Copenhagen in 2016. He has a broad range of research interests, particularly around preferences, decision-making and valuation. On the latter topic, he has conducted research into possible changes as to how people value EQ-5D health states after the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as in constructing EQ-5D value sets using a combination of discrete choice experiment and visual analogue scale responses. In addition, he uses large scale survey and administrative data in research on a variety of subjects, including the financial impact of caring and how arthritis affects work and wellbeing.
Last update: Feb 19, 2024