Parker Rogers

Parker Rogers is a Ph.D. candidate in Economics at UC San Diego researching the impact of government regulations on health care markets. Specifically, his research focuses on how U.S. procurement and testing regulations impact the medical technology market. Through a series of studies, he uses a blend of quasi-experimental methods and machine-learning enhanced databases to show how these types of regulations dramatically affect medical innovation and market structure.

For the FDA, Fewer Regulations Can Create Safer Products

The US Food and Drug Administration is tasked with protecting consumers from unsafe food and medical products. In new research, Parker Rogers finds that...

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