Australia’s only research centre dedicated to the business and economics of health

The Centre for the Business and Economics of Health (CBEH) conducts research on innovative, effective and cost-effective healthcare solutions and the economic and social benefits of health and healthcare.

The Centre informs policy and practice through a combination of investigator-led and commercial research projects that are designed to find ways to improve health and wellbeing for all Australians.

CBEH was established as a University Centre as the result of a joint initiative of the Faculty of Business, Economics and Law (BEL), the Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences (HaBS) and the Mater Research Institute UQ, supported by the Vice-Chancellor and Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) of the University, and the generous donation of a Chair by the Taylor Family. CBEH provides a high-profile vehicle for health policy leadership, debate, engagement and analysis on all aspects of the business and economics of health.


Generous contribution

CBEH’s establishment is supported by the generosity of the Taylor Family, which has donated a Taylor Family Chair for the position of Professor and Director of the Centre.

Read more about their contribution and its objective

Upcoming event

28 September 2017 11:00am1:00pm
The ageing population is one of the major global health challenges. In ageing research, economic evaluation studies would provide information about the cost-effectiveness of medical treatments, health technologies or interventions and thus contribute to guiding healthcare resource allocation and forming health policies.

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General enquiries

Phone: +61 7 334 61975

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