Naimi JohanssonTitle: Affiliated Researcher School/office: School of Health Sciences
Phone: +46 19 303000
About Naimi Johansson
Naimi Johansson, PhD, work as a health economist at the University Health Care Research Center.
With background in economics, Naimi Johansson defended her thesis Price sensitivity and regional variation in health care at the Sahlgrenska Academy, University of Gothenburg in 2021.
Naimi Johansson focuses her research on the effects of health care policy, for example how patient out-of-pocket prices affect demand for health care and why use of health care differs between Swedish regions. The methods used to study this type of policy questions are econometrics and large observational datasets. Another area of interest is health economic evaluations.
Naimi Johansson teaches primarily micro economics and health economics.
Leadership experiences and collaborations
During her third cycle studies, Naimi Johansson has held positions in several councils and committees at the University, such as chair of the PhD student council and PhD student representative in the Faculty Board. She has organized a Swedish network for PhD students in health economics. Naimi Johansson has also been a visiting PhD student at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia and established a research collaboration.
Articles in journals
- Johansson, N. , Jakobsson, N. & Svensson, M. (2018). Regional variation in health care utilization in Sweden: the importance of demand-side factors. BMC Health Services Research, 18 (1).
Doctoral theses, comprehensive summaries
- Johansson, N. (2021). Price sensitivity and regional variation in health care. (Doctoral dissertation). (Comprehensive summary) Gothenburg: University of Gothenburg.
- Johansson, N. (2021). Vad kan förklara regionala skillnader i svensk hälso och sjukvård?.. SNS förlag (SNS Analys 75).