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Faculty: Mark Shepard
|Term Start Date||1/23|
|Meet Day||W||4:00 PM - 6:00 PM||Taubman 301 (HKS)|
Explores frontier work in the field of health economics. Focuses on learning advanced theories and economic models useful for policy analysis, and on helping students develop dissertation and/or research topics. Students enrolled for credit are expected to present original research at the end of the semester.
Permission of the instructor required for nondoctoral students. Also offered by the School of Public Health as HPM 296. (Also offered at Boston University.) Meeting location moves to the HKS on March 31.