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» Dr David Stuckler
Dr David Stuckler
MPH (Yale University), PhD (Cambridge University)
Role or position
Junior Research Fellow
2000-2004, BS, University of Texas at Arlington
My research integrates political economy and public health. Currently, I am focusing on three areas of health and development: i) macro-social and -economic determinants of health; ii) political economy of global health and iii) comparative healthcare systems.
The first branch seeks to understand the causes of the devastating mortality crisis that occurred after the collapse of the Soviet Union. The second branch evaluates the current and changing roles of global institutions, states, NGOs, the private sector, civil society and the interactions among them for control of chronic and infectious diseases. The final branch seeks to model and analyze the effects of market forces on patient decision-making, medical errors, and access to and quality of healthcare.
Stuckler, D., S. Basu, M. Suhrcke, A. Coutts, M. McKee. 2009. The public health effect of economic crises and alternative policy responses in Europe: an empirical analysis. The Lancet. 374(9686):315-23
Stuckler, D., H. Robinson, M. McKee, L. King. 2008. World Health Organization budgetary allocations and burden of disease: a comparative analysis. The Lancet. 372(9469): 1563-9.
Stuckler, D. 2008. Population causes and consequences of leading chronic diseases: A comparative analysis of prevailing explanations. The Milbank Quarterly 86(2):273-326.
Stuckler, D., S. Basu, M. McKee, L. King. 2008. Mass incarceration can explain increases in tuberculosis and multi-drug resistant tuberculosis in populations of post-communist countries. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 105(36): 1328-05
Stuckler, D., C. Meissner and L. King. 2008. Can a bank crisis break your heart? Globalization and Health 4(1):1-12.
Stuckler, D. and M. McKee 2008. Five metaphors about global-health policy. The Lancet 372(9633):95-97
Stuckler, D., S. Basu, and L. King. 2008. International Monetary Fund programs and tuberculosis outcomes in post-communist countries. Public Library of Science Medicine 5(7): e143
Yach, D., D. Stuckler, and K. Brownell. 2006. Epidemiologic and economic consequences of the global epidemics of obesity and diabetes. Nature-Medicine 12(1): 62-6.
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Created: Tuesday 15th December 2009