Professor Fuchs, pioneer of health economics, died on September 16, 2023, in his home on Stanford's campus. He highlighted the problems in the U.S. health care system and advocated for universal health care. Fuchs was the Henry J. Kaiser Professor of
Professor Walter P. Falcon died on August 2, 2023. He was the former deputy director of the Center on Food Security and the Environment, former director of the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, and Helen Farnsworth Professor of
In his new book co-authored, We've Got You Covered: Rebooting American Health Care , Liran Einav and Amy Finkelstein propose a makeover of current health care.
Recognized for her achievements in original research, Monika Piazzessi is one of the six Stanford faculty elected as members of the National Academy of Sciences in 2023.
Recognized for her accomplishments, Heidi Williams is one of the 270 new members elected to the American Academy of Arts & Sciences in 2023.
Matthew Jackons, the William D. Eberle Professor of Economics, is named fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
Paul Allan David died on January 23, 2023, at his home in Palo Alto, at the age of 87. Paul was an economic historian, a powerful figure in redefining that field, whose research interests and influence ultimately ranged far beyond his original
Douglas Bernheim, with co-authors Sandro Ambuehl and Axel Ockenfels, wins the 2022 Exeter Prize for the best paper in experimental economics, behavioral economics, and decision theory published in 2021. Their paper, “What motivates paternalism? An
Neale Mahoney , a Stanford economics professor and the George P. Shultz Fellow at the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR), has joined the Biden White House as a special policy adviser. Mahoney began June 13 working for the