The Eugene Garfield Award for Economic Impact of Medical and Health ResearchThe winners are .....
was established in 2002. The award is given each year to individuals who distinguish themselves through research publications demonstrating the economic impact of medical and health research.
N. Lakdawalla, Ph.D. and co-authors Dana P. Goldman, Pierre-Carl
Michaud, Neeraj Sood, Robert J. Lempert, Ze Cong, Han de Vries, Italo Gutierrez
Award Winning Paper : "U.S. Pharmaceutical Policy in a Global Marketplace,"
published in Health Affairs Vol. 28, No. 1, January/February
Chandra and Douglas O. Staiger
Award Winning Paper : Chandra, A; Staiger, DO. "Productivity spillovers in health care: Evidence from the treatment of heart attacks " Journal of Political Economy 115(1):103-140 February 2007.
(Full text available at : http://www.journals.uchicago.edu/doi/pdf/10.1086/512249)
J. Philipson and Anupam B. Jena - Dr. Garfield's comments
Award Winning Paper : Tomas J. Philipson and Anupam B. Jena "Who Benefits from New Medical Technologies? Estimates of Consumer and Producer Surpluses for HIV/AIDS Drugs," Forum for Health Economics & Policy: Vol. 9: Iss. 2 (Biomedical Res and the Economy),
Article 3., 2006
Amy Finklestein - Dr;. Garfield's comments
Award Winning Paper : ?Static and Dynamic Effects of Health Policy,? Quarterly Journal of Economics, Vol. 119, No. 2, Pages 527-564, May 2004. Posted Online Mar. 13, 2006.(doi:10.1162/0033553041382166)
Murphy and Robert H. Topel - Dr. Garfied's comments
Award Winning Study : ?The Economic Value of Medical Research? Chapter 2 from the book ...
Measuring the Gains from Medical Research: An Economic Approach
Editors - Kevin M. Murphy, Robert H. Topel, University of Chicago Press, pgs.263, 2003
Sherry Glied - Dr. Garfield's comments
Award Winning Paper : Glied, Sherry A. "The Value of Reductions in Child Injury
Mortality in the U.S."
NBER Working Paper No. W7204. July 1999
Biographical Information :
Cutler- Dr. Garfield's comments
Award Winning Paper : "The Return to Biomedical Research: Treatment and Behavioral Effects",
in Robert Topel and Kevin Murphy, eds., Measuring the Gains from Medical Research, Chicago:
University of Chicago Press, 2003. pdf available
Meltzer - Dr. Garfield's comments
Award Winning Paper : ?Addressing Uncertainty in Medical Cost-effectiveness Analysis: Implications of Expected Utility Maximization for Methods to Perform Sensitivity Analysis and the Use of Cost-effectiveness
Analysis to Set Priorities for Medical Research? Journal of Health Economics, 20(1):109-129, 2001
MD, PhD, Professor, Department of Medicine and Economics, University of Chicago.