The US pays roughly twice as much per person for healthcare as other wealthy nations. Yet Americans are in worse health. A group of leading health economists, physicians, and hospital administrators help explain the system’s striking inefficiencies and the difficult choices presented by reform.
Podcast episode • Sep 24, 2020
Deep Dive Series – The Health Care Conundrum, Part 1
Eduardo Porter, Tess Vigeland, Katherine Baicker, Pietro Tebaldi
The global pandemic has revealed critical gaps and weaknesses in the US health care system....
Topics: COVID-19, Health care
Podcast episode • Aug 27, 2020
Episode 20: Can COVID Change the Climate?
Eduardo Porter, Tess Vigeland, Michael Greenstone
COVID-19 has prompted a significant decline in carbon emissions, accompanied by extraordinary economic cost. Professor...
Topics: COVID-19, Energy & Environment