What Gas Stoves, Minimum Wage Laws and the Military Teach Us About Health Policy
Next week many of the country’s health economists will gather in St. Louis to share new research at the annual meeting of the American Society of Health Economists. This week health economist Sayeh Nikpay gives us a sneak peek at some of the most exciting papers coming out of this conference.
Sayeh Nikpay, PhD, MPH, Tradeoffs Senior Research Advisor; Associate Professor, University of Minnesota School of Public Health
Links to more info on the studies mentioned in today's episode:
- Thomas Thivillion on gas cooking subsidies
- Mark Meiselbach and Jean Abraham on minimum wage laws
- Manasvini Singh and Stephen Schwab on how power shapes patient care in the military care
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