Research work and interests
Dr. Da’ar served on dissertation supervision committees of Ph.D. candidates in America and Europe, and directly supervised over 20 Master’s Projects and Theses in Saudi Arabia since 2013. Dr. Da’ar nurtures a keen interest in and focuses on research in Applied Economics, in particular, Microeconometrics of health issues; Health services research, and Economic evaluation. He applies modern Microeconometrics methods and applications; Health economics and Pharmacoeconomics evaluations (economic impact analysis, programmatic cost analysis, cost-benefit, cost-effectiveness, and cost-utility analysis); and return on investment. His current and recent contributions are in the area of disease burden economic evaluation, financial toxicity of cancer, health services research, public health, and medical programs and policies. Some of his selected most recent original research publications appeared in International Scientific Indexed (ISI) journals and international conference proceedings. He also has numerous monographs, report evaluations, and other publications across many countries in Europe, North America, Middle East, and Africa.
Dr. Da’ar is a member of numerous scientific associations including the International Health Economists Association, American Economic Association, American Public Health Association, Oncology society research society among others.
Some of Dr. Da’ar’s recent health-related