Cooper on Health Care Reform and the US Policy Debate (ISPS/LSE)

Zack Cooper, Assistant Professor of Health Policy and of Economics at Yale University and Resident Fellow at ISPS, authored a report on healthcare reform in the context of the US elections.

The report describes the state of the US healthcare system and analyzes the policy debate around healthcare in light of the presidential candidates’ proposals. It concludes that “the ability of the next president to rein in healthcare spending and improve the productivity of the US healthcare system is going to determine the country’s fiscal future.”

This report is sponsored by the Centre for Economic Performance (CEP) at the London School of Economics and the Institution for Social and Policy Studies at Yale University.

See Yale News story.