Governments, institutions, and communities in the United States and around the world are grappling with the impact of COVID-19. Harvard Kennedy School experts contribute to solutions and thought leadership on problems ranging from government responsiveness to health to the economy to human rights and more.

The COVID-19 coronavirus has spread rapidly across the world, and crisis-level public health challenges are requiring leaders to consider unprecedented measures. What should the public sector do to address this crisis? We asked experts at Harvard Kennedy School to identify public problems and public solutions.

From the John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum: Alternatives to the Affordable Care Act

Prescription drugs in the United States can be quite costly, for both the government and individuals. New research from HKS professor Richard Zeckhauser offers a new framework for lowering the prices that are paid for a few extremely costly drugs.