The Economic Consequences of China’s One Child Policy

By Sam Hansen. Stanford University.

In the aftermath of the Mao-era, China enacted the one-child policy to curb its staggering population growth and mitigate the associated consequences of poverty, resource-depletion, pollution, and urban sprawl. Though it dramatically reduced… Continue reading The Economic Consequences of China’s One Child Policy

The Role of Decision Aids in the Affordable Care Act

By Sam Hansen. Stanford University.

Imagine an 86 year-old patient who is diagnosed with terminal cancer. One day, the patient suffers a mild stroke, falls down, and breaks her hip. Continue reading The Role of Decision Aids in the Affordable Care Act