Archived articles
Commentary
Health care consolidation poses hazards to health system goals
Published March 23, 2021
In 'New England Journal of Medicine,' Bloomberg Distinguished Professor calls for greater transparency in health care industry to protect doctors and patients alike / New England Journal of Medicine
A seat at the table
Published Spring 2021
Reviewing Sociology Assistant Professor Christy Thornton's new book, 'Revolution in Development' / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Economics
High income associated with masking, social distancing compliance
Published Jan 15, 2021
Survey suggests common public health measures such as masking, social distancing, and telework may be inaccessible or impractical for those with lower incomes
Q+A
Managing your money during the COVID-19 crisis
Published Aug 17, 2020
Carey Business School wealth management expert Yuval Bar-Or discusses the disconnect between Wall Street and Main Street, urges a steady approach during a period of economic uncertainty
Economics
Study suggests less costly approach to pandemic economic stimulus
Published July 9, 2020
Carey Business School researcher Vadim Elenev offers an alternative economic model that would have achieved similar results to those of the U.S. pandemic stimulus but at a lower cost
What are you worth?
Published Summer 2020
In "Ultimate Price," author Howard Friedman explores the value we place on life / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Cash transfers to the poor linked to ecological benefits
Published June 12, 2020
Study finds that cash infusions to poor communities in Indonesia led to less deforestation of the nation's rainforests
Q+A
'Reopening an infected economy is no shortcut' to financial recovery
Published May 19, 2020
Alessandro Rebucci, an economist at the Carey Business School, says in order to revive the economy, the coronavirus pandemic must be brought under control
Q+A
How states can promote compliance with social distancing
Published May 6, 2020
Mario Macis, an expert in behavioral economics, discusses the perceived tradeoff between economic activity and public health, and how states can promote social distancing
Economics
An evolution of green policy
Published May 4, 2020
A recent paper by Hopkins political scientist Bentley B. Allan suggests environmental protection policies and clean technology mandates can spur economic growth