AHEAD Scientific Symposiums

AHEAD Scientific Symposium is the premiere Euro-Mediterranean regional event where the community of researchers and scholars from both developed and developing countries meet; where research results are discussed; where research proposals and scientific collaborations are elaborated, nourished and discussed and where excellence is celebrated. The 4th AHEAD symposium was held in Marseille, France, on the 26th and 27th of June 2017.

AHEAD Working Papers

The working paper series disseminate “work in progress” and the “work under review”. They are published to stimulate discussion and contribute to the advancement of knowledge in the field. 

World Inequality Report

"Economic inequality is widespread and has been growing since the 1980s, calling economic growth policies around the world into question, according to new research from the World Inequality Lab".

2018 HDCA Conference

2018 HDCA Conference –“Human Development and Social Inclusion in an Urbanizing World” Buenos Aires, Argentina (August 30.08 - 01.09 2018).


Call for Abstracts

EuHEA 2018 "Shaping the Future: the Role of Health Economics". Maastricht University, Netherlands (11.07 -14.07 2018).

Universal Coverage

AHEAD Network participates in the WHO-HARVARD medical school workshop on health systems strengthening for universal health coverage -Dubai 2017

39th of JESF

They will be hosted by the Aix-Marseille School of Economics and the Aix-Marseille Faculty of Economics and Management on November 30 and December 1, 2017.

HDCA 2017 Conference

AHEAD Network participates in the HDCA 2017 Conference: “Challenging Inequalities”

FEMISE Conference 2017

AHEAD Network presented results on Universal Health Coverage project at FEMISE Conference 2017.

Health-related SDGs in the Arab region

AHEAD network participates in the international conference: "No one left behind: A feasible goal for the health-related Sustainable Development Goals in the Arab region?".

Future of the Mediterranean 2017

The Future of the Mediterranean 2017: Assessment and prospects of actions on the field of Mediterranean studies

Latest Publication

This paper proposes a new preference-elicitation technique, the circular payment card (CPC) and compares its properties with existing techniques. It also tests its feasibility on a survey dealing with a mandatory health insurance scheme.