I have several ongoing projects in three different areas of HEALTH ECONOMICS. First, I am interested in the relationship between poverty mitigation and health. One key project in this area uses mixed methods to examine the impact of a Guaranteed Annual Income on health and social outcomes over a thirty year period. Second, I'm interested in health services research. An ongoing project examines the efficiency and equity aspects of alternative methods of financing Canadian health care, and investigates the impact of private/public delivery, private health insurance and so on. I'm also involved in costing aspects of First Nations health services delivery, and the development of needs-based budgets. Third, I do cost-effectiveness and cost-benefit studies. I welcome collaborators and, especially, graduate students interested in exploring issues related to the projects above or other areas of health economics.