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Natasa Peric
Natasa Peric, MSc, BSc

Center for Public Health (Department of Health Economics)
Position: PHD Student

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Further Information


Health Care Sector; Health economics; Health system performance assessment

Research group(s)

  • Health Economics
    Research Area: Major research areas include the socioeconomic aspects of health, the organisation and evaluation of health care services and health systems, and the comparative costs, benefits and cost-effectiveness of relevant preventative, diagnostic and treatment options.

Research interests

Natasa Peric joined the Department of Health Economics as a Researcher in August 2015  where she will fully engage in WP 12 of the European project BRIDGE Health (BRidging Information and Data Generation for Evidence-based Health Policy and Research), which deals with the evaluation of health care systems.

Her further research interests lay within social impact measurement and social return on investment analysis (SROI-analysis) in public health:

  • health System performance assessment
  • Indicator development
  • economic evaluation
  • quantitative research
  • qualitative research

Techniques, methods & infrastructure

  • economic evaluation
  • social return on investment (SROI) analysis

Selected publications

  1. Rauner, M.S. et al., 2014. A policy management game for mass casualty incidents: an experimental study. Flexible Services and Manufacturing Journal, 28(1-2), pp.336–365. Available at:
  2. Schober C, Peric N (2013): Welchen gesellschaftlichen und okonomischen Nutzen stiften mobile Pflege- und Betreuungsdienste in Wien?, OZPR 4/2013 pp.124-128, Wien, Manz Verlag.
  3. Pervan-Al Soqauer I, Schober C, Peric N, Gosch T (2013): Studie zum gesellschaftlichen und okonomischen Nutzen der Miteinander leben - Organisation für Betreutes Wohnen GmbH mittels SROI-Analyse. NPO-Kompetenzzentrum, WU Wien.
  4. Schober C, Schober D, Peric N, Pervan E (2013): Studie zum gesellschaftlichen und okonomischen Nutzen der mobilen Pflege- und Betreuungsdienste in Wien mittels einer SROI-Analyse. NPO-Kompetenzzentrum, WU Wien.