Improving people's well-being in countries at different income levels through analysis of agriculture, education, health, work, environment, and international trade
How prices and quantities of health-care services are determined in the complex context of the health-care system
Human capital, the employment relationship, discrimination, labor markets, and how these relate to demographic decisions
Applying methods of social science to developing, assessing, and monitoring public policy
Focuses on the nature of economic organizations and how they behave under different market and regulatory conditions.
Resource allocation and environmental policy