Justice is Senior Lecturer and Health Economist at the School of Public Health, University of Ghana, Legon. He teaches health economics, health systems leadership and evaluation, and health policy, and supervises undergraduate and graduate students of the School of Public Health, University of Ghana and other universities. He holds a PhD in Public Health (health Economics) from the University of Ghana, MA in Economics from the University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, and BA (Hons) in Economics (with Geography minor) from the University of Cape Coast, Ghana. Justice’s current research focuses on economic and impact evaluation of health, population, nutrition and environmental programmes, health care financing, including fiscal space analysis and financing of health in transition economies, and economic burden of diseases on vulnerable populations and their caregivers (the aged, people with mental disorders, children). He has served as principal or co-investigator of research funded by WHO/TDR, WHO African Regional Office, GSK Vaccines, African Population and Health Research Centre, DANIDA, NWO/WOTRO, African Economic Research Consortium, African Health Economics and Policy Association in countries including Ghana, Botwsana, Malawi and Nigeria and other multi-country projects. He has been involved in research projects. He has consulted for PATH, the World Bank, WHO, UNICEF, DFID, USAID’s MSH and other National agencies in Ghana. Justice was health economist on a large multidisciplinary WHO-funded home management of fevers project which he used to complete his PhD thesis – cost-effectiveness of home management of fevers in Ghanaian children.