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Kowalski's Study Finds Investment in Child Health Yields Results

January 12, 2015
(Updated Jan. 15, 2015) Yale health economist Amanda Kowalski’s new NBER paper finds that children who receive Medicaid benefits are less likely to die prematurely in...

New Study on Moral Hazard, Adverse Selection and Health Expeditures

January 5, 2015
Ahmed Khwaja, Assistant Professor of Marketing at Yale’s School of Management and ISPS Health faculty affiliate, published a new paper in the RAND Journal of Economics...

Study on Reducing Hospital Readmission Rates

December 19, 2014
ISPS Health affiliated faculty Elizabeth H. Bradley, Leora I. Horwitz, Chima D. Ndumele, and Harlan M. Krumholz have published a study in the Journal of General Internal...

Amy Kapczynski Pens Op-Ed in the New York Times on Drug Patent Laws in India

December 14, 2014
ISPS Health affiliated faculty member, Amy Kapczynski, along with David Singh Gewal, wrote an op-ed “Let India Make Cheap Drugs” that published in the New York Times. Read...

Theodore Marmor Writes for Health Affairs on the Barriers to Medicare-For-All

December 14, 2014
Theodore Marmor, and co-author Kip Sullivan, wrote an article for Health Affairs on the major barriers to covering all Americans with Medicare insurance. The two main issues...

Funding Off-Patent Cancer Drug Development to Reduce Costs of Treatment

December 3, 2014
Rebecca McKibbin, an ISPS graduate Policy Fellow and PhD student in Economics at Yale, writes for the Lux et Data blogsite on alternative ways of funding research and...

Fiona Scott Morton Named Theodore Nierenberg Professor of Economics

November 17, 2014
From SOM Press Release: “Fiona Scott Morton, a member of the Yale School of Management economics faculty since 1999, has been named the Theodore Nierenberg Professor of...

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