Scholarly Publications and Media Mentions

Current Investigators and alumni have written over 1000 scholarly articles on multiple topics and are often featured in major news outlets. Publications and media mentions are listed here and can be searched by Investigator name, publication type, award year, or keyword.

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Author(s) Title (of Article/Book/Chapter) Source (Journal/Book/Media Source)sort descending Year Link
Eric Klinenberg How the First Family Can Lead on Swine Flu The Wall Street Journal 2009
Barron Lerner Doctors Examine Themselves: Books Explain How Errors Happen, How Patients Can Cope The Washington Post 2007
Burton Weisbrod Solving the Drug Dilemma The Washington Post 2003
Peter Arno Paying Twice for the Same Drugs The Washington Post 2002
M. Gregg Bloche Talk about Health Care: Sorry, Wrong Numbers The Washington Post 2003
Rosemary Stevens We Need Medicare. Let's Figure Out How to Pay for It The Washington Post 1999
Barron Lerner A Case That Shook Medicine: How One Man's Rage over His Daughter's Death Sped Reform of Doctor Training The Washington Post 2006
Martin Sanchez-Jankowski Gangs and Social Change Theoretical Criminology 2003
Kenneth Warner The Economics of Tobacco: Myths and Realities Tobacco Control 2000
Kenneth Warner Medical Costs of Smoking in the United States: Estimates, Their Validity, and Their Implications Tobacco Control 1999