CPR’s Health Studies research encompasses a wide range of activities in health care management, health care finance, home and community-based care, non-profit governance, and health economics.
Associate Professor, Public Administration and International Affairs
Research Interests: Public economics, labor economics, applied economics
Professor, Public Administration and International Affairs
Research Interests: Social policy, poverty policy, child and family policy
Associate Professor, Sociology
Lerner Chair for Public Health Promotion
Research Affiliate, Aging Studies Institute
Research Interests: Social demography, social determinants of health and health disparities, spatial differences in morbidity and mortality, inequality and social stratification
Associate Professor, Economics
Research Interests: Public finance, health economics
For more information about CPR programs and research projects, contact Peggy Austin. You may also obtain general information about CPR by calling +1 315-443-3114, or
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