Health Workforce and Service Delivery in Global Health
Attakrit joined the Health Systems Collaborative (HSC), Oxford Centre for Global Health Research in November 2022. Prior to HSC, he was a Research Fellow at Health Economics Research Unit, University of Aberdeen and Institute of Labour Economics, Leibniz University of Hannover. His research interests are labour economics, applied econometrics and health economics with particular application to developing countries.
His current research plan explores different frameworks for long term strategic planning to addresses workforce scarcity and imbalance in the healthcare system through task sharing and task shifting, human resource management and integration of new technologies as well as the role of wellbeing on workforce performance and retention. Attakrit holds a Master of Science and a PhD in economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science.
The Effects of Retirement on Health and Health Behaviour among Retirees and their Partners: Evidence from the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing
Leckcivilize A. and McNamee P., (2021), JOURNAL OF POPULATION AGEING
The impact of cash transfers on child outcomes in rural Thailand: Evidence from a social pension reform
Herrmann T. et al, (2021), JOURNAL OF THE ECONOMICS OF AGEING, 19
Impact of an anticipatory care planning intervention on unscheduled acute hospital care using difference-in-difference analysis.
Leckcivilize A. et al, (2021), BMJ Health Care Inform, 28
Your wingman could help you land a job: How beauty composition of applicants affects the call-back probability
Leckcivilize A. and Straub A., (2020), LABOUR ECONOMICS, 65
Headscarf and job recruitment—lifting the veil of labour market discrimination
Leckcivilize A. and Straub A., (2018), IZA Journal of Labor Economics, 7