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Apr 22 2014
Health care aid is directly linked to an increase in life expectancy and a decrease in child mortality in developing countries, according to a new study by School of Medicine researchers. The lead author of the study was CAS faculty affiliate Eran Bendavid.
Center for African Studies (CAS) Associate Director Laura Hubbard and several CAS student affiliates traveled to Zambia last summer with a team of Stanford researchers studying the role of transportation in health care worker productivity.  The cross-campus team, led by the Stanford Graduate School...
"A Team of Researchers Explores Health Care Delivery in Africa" by Graham Button, features CAS Associate Director Laura Hubbard and doctoral candidate Jess Auerbach. The article was published in Stanford Business Magazine Autumn 2013 edition. Button's article begins on page 60.
CAS faculty affiliate Katherine Casey, assistant professor of political economy at the Stanford GSB is interviewed by Stanford Graduate School of Business's Kathleen O'Toole in the Stanford Business Magazine, Autumn 2013 edition. The article, "Crossing the Ethnic Barriers," begins on page 49.
Dec 10 2013 | The Huffington Post
Nelson Mandela’s inauguration on May 10, 1994, is nearly 20 years ago. That day, in language reminiscent of Lincoln, he said, “The time for the healing of wounds has come.”