Michael Moore Film 'Sicko' Draws Attention to Prof. Victor Rodwin's Expertise on French Health Care
Michael Moore's current documentary "Sicko" is drawing attention to NYU Wagner Professor Victor Rodwin's extensive work on the French health care system. The French system is a complicated blend of private and public financing which, according to a Business Week article in which he is quoted, provides a model that might work in the U.S. In the New Republic, meanwhile, senior editor Jonathan Cohn turns to Prof. Rodwin for a better understanding of the French system. Rodwin's book, "Universal Health Insurance in France How Sustainable" -- a collection of essays he organized and which are written by himself and other experts -- was published earlier this year by the Embassy of France in Washington, D.C. Aimed at policymakers in the U.S. and France, the volume grew out of a health care roundtable convened at the Wagner School. Rodwin is Professor of Health Policy and Management at Wagner.
Michael Schill Comments on NYC Housing Costs
More homeowners in the Bronx and Brooklyn spend more of their income on housing than people anywhere else in the country, according to a recent analysis of census data. Professor Mike Schill comments in an article in The New York Times.
Michael Schill Op-Ed: More Housing on the Map
Read NYU Wagner/NYU Law Professor Michael Schill�s op-ed article in The New York Times, Wednesday December 18, 2002, about NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg�s new housing plan.
Mitchell Moss comments on Mayor Bloomberg's proposed budget
New York Magazine's Carl Swanson looks at Mayor Michael Bloomberg's proposed budget. NYU Wagner's Professor Mitchell Moss comments as well as NYU Trustee and Citizen's Budget Commission chairperson-elect Dale Hemmerdinger. Read Story