Anton Pak is a Research Fellow in Applied Economics and Data Science at the Australian Institute of Tropical Health and Medicine, James Cook University. Anton is an applied economist by training and his research interests focus on the behaviour of patients and their choices, health workforce, utilisation of emergency department services, and primary care. He examines empirical questions by utilising health economics theory and concepts and by analysing large panel and cross-sectional datasets (including linked data) using classical econometrics techniques, as well as machine learning methods. Anton also supports collaboration across JCU Colleges and Townsville Hospital providing health economics and data analysis advice.

Before commencing at JCU in 2019, Anton completed his PhD in Economics from the University of Queensland. Previously, he worked as a business and research consultant in private and public sectors.

See my publications at https://sites.google.com/view/antonpak/research


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