The ASHEcon Health Economics Teaching Repository is a place where professors can upload and share teaching resources. The Repository will include syllabi, links to videos, and other teaching materials.
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|Why Is There No Cure for Health?||Bachelor's - Introductory||Introduction to several health challenges: epidemics; pharmaceutical pricing; and US health reform. No pre-reqs.||Prof. David Cutler||Harvard University||Health Reform||epidemics; prescription drugs; US health reform|
|Health Economics||Bachelor's - Advanced and Masters||The purpose of this course is to introduce the student to the methods of health economics and demonstrate how these methods can be applied to analyze issues in health policy and management. This course will teach the student to use economic analysis to un||Prof. Martin Gaynor||Carnegie Mellon University||Health Economics||Health Economics|