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Health and health care are important components of a nation’s well-being and the functioning of health care markets is unique in many ways.  SIEPR has a deep bench of experts generating data-driven analysis on topics including the organization of health care markets and insurance, the determinants of health and health care spending, and the impact disease and health crises have on economics.  Our experts generate impartial analysis that inform policies designed to improve health in the U.S. and around the world.

Keywords: insurance, health care, health, COVID-19, mortality, fertility, health behaviors, health care spending

"It was a natural question: What are the effects on the children who survive?"

Driven to better understand the lasting impact of fatal school shootings, SIEPR Faculty Fellow Maya Rossin-Slater collaborates with visiting scholars Molly Schnell and Hannes Schwandt to comb through data that reveal startling trends in the mental health of children who witnessed the tragedies.

Watch the Full Video Series on "The silent cost of school shootings".

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