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Victor G. Rodwin

Phone: (212) 998-7459
Fax: (212) 995-3890
E-mail: victor.rodwin@wagner.nyu.edu

   
 
     
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  Professor Rodwin earned his Ph.D. in City and Regional Planning and his MPH in Public Health. His principal research involves cross-national comparative analysis of health care systems and policy. He directs the World Cities Project, a cooperative venture of the Wagner School of Public Service and the International Longevity Center - USA, which examines the impact of population aging and longevity on New York, London, Paris, and Tokyo. Professor Rodwin is a recipient of a 1999 Robert Wood Johnson Investigator Award in Health Policy for his research project on "Health and Megacities: New York, London, Paris and Tokyo." He has received two New York University Curricular Development Challenge Fund grants: one in 1997 (with Professor Roger Kropf) to develop and teach a TV-interactive class with the University of Paris IX (Dauphine) on "Managed Care and European Health Care Reform;" and, more recently, a grant to introduce students in Community Health and Medical Care (P11.1830) to interactive software systems for accessing health data. He has written and lectured extensively on the French health care system and has consulted widely with such organizations as the World Bank, Open Society Institute, United Nations Development Program, French National Health Insurance Funds, and Ministry of Finance, Mauritius.
 



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