In Conversation With: Neale Mahoney on Financial Distress and the US Healthcare System
Join us online for the next installment of "In Conversation with SIEPR Scholars," featuring Neale Mahoney, George P. Shultz Fellow, SIEPR Senior Fellow, and Professor of Economics at Stanford, on Tuesday, September 7 from 11am-noon PT.
Neale will be discussing financial distress and the US healthcare system.
This small-group conversation, moderated by SIEPR Director Mark Duggan, will offer participants the opportunity to learn more about Neale's latest research, ask questions, and engage in an open dialogue.
About the Speaker
Neale Mahoney is Professor of Economics at Stanford University and a Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research. Mahoney is an applied micro-economist with an interest in health care and consumer financial markets. He was named a Sloan Research Fellow in 2016 and is a co-editor of American Economic Journal: Applied Economics.
Before joining Stanford, Mahoney was Professor of Economics and David G. Booth Faculty Fellow at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. He was also a Robert Wood Johnson Fellow in health policy research at Harvard University and worked for the Obama Administration on health care reform. Mahoney received a PhD and MA in economics from Stanford University and an ScB in applied mathematics-economics from Brown University.
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