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Assistant Professor (Specially Appointed), Hitotsubashi Institute for Advanced Study, Hitotsubashi University

【Profile】

Thomas Rouyard holds an M.A. in Economics from the Paris School of Economics, France, and a Ph.D. in Population Health from the University of Oxford, UK. His research interests lie in the area of global health, including theoretical and empirical work to inform the design of health-related interventions and policies. He is particularly interested in using insights from behavioural economics to develop policies aimed at promoting healthier choices and strengthening healthcare systems. Before joining HIAS in June 2019, Thomas was a Doctoral Transition Fellow supported by the European Institute for Innovation and Technology(EIT) at the University of Oxford.

【Recent Publications】
    • Duch R, Asiedu E, Nakamura R, Rouyard T, Yevenes C, Roope L, Violato M, Clarke P. A randomized controlled trial to test financial incentives for COVID-19 vaccination in Ghana. Nature Medicine 2022. DOI: 10.1038/s41591-022-01876-2.
    • Rouyard T, Mano Y, Daff BM, Diouf S, Fall Dia K, Duval L, Thuilliez J, Nakamura R. Operational and structural factors influencing enrolment in community-based health insurance schemes: an observational study using 12 waves of nationwide panel data from Senegal. Health Policy and Planning 2022. DOI: 10.1093/heapol/czac033.
    • Rouyard T, Engelen B, Papanikitas A, Nakamura R. Boosting healthier choices. BMJ 2022. DOI: 10.1136/bmj-2021-064225.
    • Rouyard T, Leal J, Salvi D, Baskerville R, Velardo C, Gray A. An Intuitive Risk Communication Tool to Enhance Patient–Provider Partnership in Diabetes Consultation. Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology 2021. DOI: 10.1177/19322 6821995800.
    • Chen C, Dieterich AV, Koh JJE, Akksilp K, Tong EH, Budtarad N, Müller AM, Anothaisintawee T, Tai BC, Rattanavipapong W, Isaranuwatchai W, Rouyard T, Nakamura R, Müller-Riemenschneider F, Teerawattananon Y. The physical activity at work (PAW) study protocol: a cluster randomised trial of a multicomponent short-break intervention to reduce sitting time and increase physical activity among office workers in Thailand. BMC Public Health 2020. DOI: 10.1186/s12889-020-09427-5
    • Rouyard T, Attema A, Baskerville R, Leal J, Gray A. Risk attitudes of people with ‘manageable’ chronic disease: an analysis under prospect theory. Social Science & Medicine 2018. DOI: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2018.08.007.
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