Philip Musgrove is deputy editor-global health for Health Affairs, which is published by Project HOPE in Bethesda , Maryland . He worked for the World Bank (1990-2002), including two years on secondment to the World Health Organization (1999-2001), retiring as a principal economist. He was previously an adviser in health economics at the Pan American Health Organization (1982-90) and a research associate at the Brookings Institution and at Resources for the Future (1964-81).
Dr. Musgrove is an adjunct professor at the School of Advanced International Studies , Johns Hopkins University , and has taught at George Washington University , American University , and the University of Florida . He holds degrees from Haverford College (B.A., 1962, summa cum laude); Princeton University (M.P.A., 1964); and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Ph.D., 1974).
Dr. Musgrove has worked on health reform projects in Argentina , Brazil , Chile , and Colombia and has dealt with a variety of issues in health economics, financing, equity, and nutrition. His publications include more than 50 articles in economics and health journals and chapters in 20 books.
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