Anne Nolan

Anne Nolan

Social Research | Senior Research Officer
Dr Anne Nolan is a Senior Research Officer in the Social Research Division, and joint Research Area Coordinator for Health and Quality of Life Research at the ESRI. She is also a Research Affiliate at the Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing (TILDA) at Trinity College Dublin (TCD), and on the Study Team Management Group of the Growing up in Ireland (GUI) study. Between September 2013 and August 2015, she was on secondment to TCD as Research Director of TILDA.

Her main research interest is health economics, with a particular focus on healthcare financing and access, socio-economic inequalities in health and Irish health policy. She is currently working on a number of programmes of health research funded by the Health Research Board, including the project ‘Inequalities in Access to GP Care in Ireland: An Analysis using Longitudinal Data’ which uses data from Growing up in Ireland (GUI) and TILDA to examine the influence of the current system of healthcare entitlements on access to GP care in Ireland. She has also carried out research examining pharmaceutical pricing and delivery policy in Ireland, and has worked with the European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies and the WHO on analysing the impact of the economic crisis on the Irish healthcare system.

She has BA and PhD degrees in Economics from Trinity College Dublin.
Contact Details:

Tel: +353 1 8632000
Email: anne.nolan@esri.ie


Latest Publications:
  • Health insurance and healthcare utilisation and screening
  • Changes in Public Healthcare Entitlement and Healthcare Utilisation among the Older Population in Ireland
  • Child Access to GP Services: Do User Fees Matter?
  • Public Healthcare Entitlements and Healthcare Utilisation among the Older Population in Ireland
  • Socio-economic Differentials in Male Mortality in Ireland 1984-2008
  • Differences in Nulliparous Caesarean Section Rates across Models of Care: a decomposition analysis
  • Public Healthcare Eligibility and the Utilisation of GP Services by the Older Population in Ireland
  • The Impact of the Crisis on the Health System and Health in Ireland
  • The 'Healthy Immigrant Effect': Breastfeeding Behaviour in Ireland
  • The Impact of the Financial Crisis on the Health System and Health in Ireland

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  • Programmes and Projects:
  • Environment Research Programme
  • Financial Security in the Older Population in Ireland: Assessing the Impact of Austerity and Policy Change
  • Inequalities in Access to GP Care in Ireland: An Analysis using Longitudinal Data
  • Trends in Socio-Economic Inequalities in Mortality in Ireland 1986-2006

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