Drug pricing has been the subject of Congressional inquiries, government investigations, and media attention. Generic drugs have long played an important role in reducing drug prices. Has the recent wave of generic drug company consolidation adversely affected pricing? Are overlap divestitures sufficient? Are prices being fixed, as might be suggested by DOJ’s criminal investigation and related civil litigation? Steven Tenn is a panelist on this topic.
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Occupational dualism and intergenerational educational mobility in the rural economy: evidence from China and India
Yajing Jiang and her coauthors study the intergenerational educational mobility in developing economies. Using data sets that are free from the well-known...