Health Economics Seminars

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Health Economics Seminars

The Stanford Health Economics seminar series is jointly sponsored by the Departments of Economics and Health Policy, and brings top scholars and experts in the field of health economics to campus to deliver talks about their latest research and to meet with faculty and students. Our invited speakers span a broad range of research areas, including the determinants of population health and health disparities, health insurance and health care systems design, public insurance programs including Medicare and Medicaid, pharmaceutical drug policies and pricing, medical debt, global health, health care reforms, social policy and its influence on population health outcomes, and climate change and its impacts on health.

Dec. 5: Health Economics Seminar with Luca Maini

Luca Maini, PhD, Department of Health Care Policy, Harvard Medical School. Maini focuses on the intersection between industrial organization and health economics and the regulation of pharmaceutical markets.

March 20: Health Economics Seminar with Ryan McDevitt

Ryan McDevitt is a professor of economics at the Fuqua School of Business, Duke University and a research associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research.