Tradeoffs Research Corner

We always strive to root our reporting in the latest and greatest data about what we know (and don’t know) when it comes to effective health policies. But there’s way more research coming out than we can fit in a weekly show. 

Enter the Research Corner newsletter. Each week, Tradeoffs reporter Soleil Shah offers original analysis, interviews with leading researchers and more to help you stay on top of the latest in health policy research. 

Explore our full archive of Research Corner content, including columns by prior contributors, below and sign up to get Research Corner delivered to your inbox every Tuesday. (It’s free!)

Past Research Corner Columns

How Do Police Killings Affect High School Students?

Atheendar Venkataramani on data comparing L.A. high schoolers who did and did not live in a community with a police killing.

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Would You Sleep More if Someone Paid You?

University of Minnesota health economist Sayeh Nikpay on the surprising findings of a sleep RCT.

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What Can We Learn From Physician Salaries?

Bapu Jena looks at new research examining one of the largest data sets of physician pay.

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Research Corner: Masks, Flint and Primary Care

Physician and economist Bapu Jena discusses a pair of interesting new health policy research papers with implications for COVID-19, primary care and more. 

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