Mónica Hernández Alava
Senior Research Fellow in Econometrics
University of Sheffield
Regent Court, 30 Regent Street
Sheffield S1 4DA
Tel: (+44) (0)114 222 0736
Fax: (+44) (0)114 222 0749
I joined ScHARR from the Department of Economics in August 2009. Previously I was a lecturer in the Department of Economics at the University of Birmingham. I obtained a PhD, MSc in Economics and BSc in Business Economics from the University of Leicester. I am also a research associate at the Institute for Social and Economic Research, University of Essex.
My main research interests lie in microeconometrics, the analysis of micro level data on the economic behaviour of individuals. I am also interested in more general model and methods development to analyse individual level data showing nonstandard characteristics. Recent examples include analysis of health state utility data, the economics of illicit behaviour, the dynamics of children developmental outcomes and applications to individuals’ decisions to participate in welfare programmes.
I am interested in supervising research students in a broad range of topics in the area of microeconometric analysis.
Visiting research associate at the Institute for Social and Economic Research, University of Essex.
MRC Methodology Research Programme: Modelling generic preference based outcome measures - development and comparison of methods (The EMU project - Econometric Mapping of Utilities)
- Wailoo A, Hernández M, Philips C, Brophy S & Siebert S (2015) Modeling Health State Utility Values in Ankylosing Spondylitis: Comparisons of Direct and Indirect Methods. Value in Health, 18(4), 425-431.
- Wailoo A, Hernandez Alava M, Scott IC, Ibrahim F & Scott DL (2014) Cost-effectiveness of treatment strategies using combination disease-modifying anti-rheumatic drugs and glucocorticoids in early rheumatoid arthritis. Rheumatology, 53(10), 1773-1777.
- Hernández Alava M, Wailoo A, Wolfe F & Michaud K (2014) A comparison of direct and indirect methods for the estimation of health utilities from clinical outcomes.. Med Decis Making, 34(7), 919-930.
- Alava MH, Brazier J, Rowen D & Tsuchiya A (2013) Common scale valuations across different preference-based measures: estimation using rank data.. Med Decis Making, 33(6), 839-852.
- Hernández Alava M, Wailoo A, Wolfe F & Michaud K (2013) The relationship between EQ-5D, HAQ and pain in patients with rheumatoid arthritis.. Rheumatology (Oxford), 52(5), 944-950. View this article in WRRO
- Hernández Alava M, Wailoo AJ & Ara R (2012) Tails from the peak district: adjusted limited dependent variable mixture models of EQ-5D questionnaire health state utility values.. Value Health, 15(3), 550-561.
- Ara R, Blake L, Gray L, Hernández M, Crowther M, Dunkley A, Warren F, Jackson R, Rees A, Stevenson M, Abrams K, Cooper N, Davies M, Khunti K & Sutton A (2012) What is the clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of using drugs in treating obese patients in primary care? A systematic review.. Health Technol Assess, 16(5), iii-195.
- Hernandez M, Pudney S & Hancock R (2007) The welfare cost of means-testing: Pensioner participation in income support. J APPL ECONOM, 22(3), 581-598. View this article in WRRO
- Hernandez M & Pudney S (2007) Measurement error in models of welfare participation. J PUBLIC ECON, 91(1-2), 327-341.
- Hancock R, Pudney S, Barker G, Hernandez M & Sutherland H (2004) The take-up of multiple means-tested benefits by British pensioners: Evidence from the family resources survey. Fiscal Studies, 25(3), 279-303.
- Hernandez Alava M & Wailoo A () Fitting adjusted limited dependent variable mixture models to EQ-5D. The Stata Journal. View this article in WRRO