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The development of this repository is an initiative of the iHEA Teaching Health Economics Special Interest Group (THE SIG). The rationale for establishing the THE SIG and for developing this repository is described in detail in Frew et al. (2018). Building an international health economics teaching network. Health Economics 27: 919-922. The aim of this initiative is to provide an integrated, centralized repository where health economics teachers from around the world can locate a range of material to enhance the delivery of health economics teaching.

The repository is made possible by the generosity and commitment of those who are willing to share their teaching material. We particularly acknowledge the UK Health Economics education (HEe) initiative, which provided the initial set of materials incorporated in the repository. We encourage all health economics teachers to contribute to the repository by sharing their material (see upload portal here).

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The International Health Economics Association was formed to increase communication among health economists, foster a higher standard of debate in the application of economics to health and health care systems, and assist young researchers at the start of their careers.

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