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Prof. Orville Jose C. Solon

Prof. Orville Jose C. Solon is a health economics expert and the dean of the UP School of Economics (UPSE). He teaches health economics, public economics, economics of regulation, econometrics, and mathematical economics. Prof. Solon is known for his work on health economics, public health issues, public economics, and the economics of regulation.

Before he was appointed dean of UPSE, he led the Health Policy Development Program (HPDP) in 2012, a multiyear effort based at the UPSE that supports the formulation of Philippine health policies. He was also the executive director of the Philippine Center for Economic Development.

Prof. Solon received both his bachelor’s degree and his PhD from the UPSE. He conducted postdoctoral studies at Harvard University from 1990 to 1991.

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