Over the last few decades, the overall health status of people around the world has significantly improved. What helps people to live longer than ever before? What other factors, besides income levels, play a part in determining health outcomes?
Associate Professor of Economics Tomoki Fujii, who is also Associate Dean (Undergraduate Curriculum) at the SMU School of Economics, has conducted a study on the impact of public and private sources of health spending on health outcomes. He discusses his research in this podcast.