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Mr. Michel Grignon

Michel Grignon is an associate professor in the department of economics and the department of health, aging and society at McMaster University. He is also an adjunct scientist at the Institute for Health Economics in Paris, France. Before joining McMaster in July 2004, he worked at the Institut de recherche, d’études et de documentation en économie de la santé in Paris. Born in France, he obtained his master’s equivalent at the National School for Statistics and Economics in Paris, and his doctorate at École des hautes études en sciences sociales, also in Paris. Mr.Grignon has extensive experience at an international level in research projects and activities in the areas of health economics, health-related policies, health insurance and aging. His current research projects cover a broad range of topics, including how an aging society impacts health care expenditures in Canada and in France. He is also involved in research examining inequities in health care utilization and health policy in Canada, as well as exploring equity and efficiency by using experimental economic methods for financing health care.