Jacque Mallender

Economics by design


Jacque is a respected international health and public policy economist. Over the last 35 years, she has directed many strategic engagements in healthcare, crime, justice, home affairs, education, employment and social welfare. She has worked in the UK health sector throughout her career; internationally she has directed projects and/or provided subject matter expertise to clients in Europe, North America, and, more recently, the Middle East and Africa.

Her experience includes: the economics of population health and public health; integrated service and care-pathway design across many diseases and population groups; healthcare systems including contracting and financing; access to healthcare and disparities for vulnerable groups. Recent interests include person-centred integrated health systems, the economics of the health workforce, and the role of digital health in accelerating improvement.

Jacque is a consultant with the World Bank Group on integrated care systems, a founding Member of the Good Governance Institute Faculty, an Executive Committee member of the Economic Research Council, an associate of the Oxford Centre for Triple Value Healthcare and she also sits on the Advisory Board for the Nottingham University School of Economics. Jacque was a founding convenor of the joint Campbell and Cochrane Economics Methods Group and for 15 years was a committee member of the Campbell Collaboration Crime and Justice Coordinating Group. Jacque regularly speaks at international events, chairs panels at national and international academic and industry conferences and designs and delivers training for health professionals. She delivers the health economics workshop on the Management in Medicine Programme for Green Templeton College, Oxford University.

Twitter: @jacquemallender