We work at the intersection of health economics, ethics and politics to study fundamental problems in health and social policy, global and domestic, the resolution of which aims at the health and flourishing of all members of society, particularly underserved and vulnerable populations, areas and facilities.

We employ a multi-level and mixed-methods approach, examining multiple levels of analysis (global, national, systems, program, individual) and their interplay and use theoretical and empirical (quantitative and qualitative) methods and techniques for comprehensive study of individual and collective interests and action.