Health Policy Outlook

Series of writings on health policy research written by AEI health policy scholars. Also of interest: more from the Health Policy Project.

Health Policy Outlook

2008
2007
2006
10. Medicinal Malpractice, by Roger Bate and Kathryn Boateng
9. South Africa’s Grown-Up Response to the AIDS Crisis, by Roger Bate
8. Government-Controlled Pharmaceutical Research and Development, by Richard Tren and Roger Bate
7. Crisis du Jour or the Real Thing? by Joseph Antos
6. Bad Medicine, by Roger Bate
5. Playing Catch-up, by John E. Calfee
3. WHO's AIDS Target, by Roger Bate
2. Cutting through Confusion in Part D, by Joseph Antos
1. Brazil's AIDS Program, by Richard Tren and Roger Bate

2005

November-December - Is H5N1 the One?, by Laura M. Kelley
September-October - The Vioxx Fallout, by John E. Calfee
July-August - Inflated Claims about Drug Prices, by Joseph Antos and Thomas F. Wildsmith
May-June - Slippery AIDS Statistics, by Roger Bate
March-April - Health Policy on a Budget, by Joseph Antos
January-February - Tax Reform and Health Insurance, by Robert B. Helms

2004

November-December - Putting Markets to Work in Vaccine Manufacturing, by John E. Calfee and Scott Gottlieb
September-October - Kerry, Bush, and the Uninsured, by Joseph Antos
July-August - The Real Obstacles to Sound Treatment of AIDS in Poor Countries, by Roger Bate and Richard Tren
May-June - The Official Future of Medicare, by Robert B. Helms
March-April - Don't Ask, Don't Tell, by Joseph Antos
January-February - Of Sausage-Making and Medicare, by Joseph Antos and John E. Calfee

2003

November - The Grim Economics of Pharmaceutical Importation, by John E. Calfee
September-October - How to Overcome Four Key Obstacles to a Medicare Drug Benefit, by Joseph Antos

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