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Henry G. Grabowski, Professor Emeritus

Henry G. Grabowski

Professor Grabowski specializes in the investigation of economics in the pharmaceutical industry, government regulation of business, and the economics of innovation. His specific interests within these fields include intellectual property and generic competition issues, the effects of government policy actions, and the costs and returns to pharmaceutical R&D. He has been publishing research papers for over four decades, from his earlier work, “The Effects of Regulatory Policy on the Incentives to Innovate: An International Comparative Analysis” with John Vernon and Lacy Glenn Thomas, to his more recent projects including, “Impact of Economic, Regulatory and Patent Policies on Innovation in Cancer Chemoprevention” with Jeffrey L. Moe. His latest research studies include other such titles as, “Mergers and Alliances in Pharmaceuticals: Effects on Innovation and R&D Productivity” with Margaret Kyle; “Should the Patent System for New Medicines Be Abolished?” with J.A. DiMasi; and several others. Professor Grabowski has served as an advisor and consultant to various organizations, offering his ideas and insights gained through his extensive investigations to the National Trade Academy of Sciences, the Institute of Medicine, the Office of Technology Assessment, the Federal Trade Commission, and the General Accounting Office. His latest project involved an analysis for the FTC concerning public policy, competition and investment in the “Next Generation of Biologics.”

Contact Info:
Office Location:  314 Social Sciences, Durham, NC 27708
Office Phone:  (919) 660-1839
Email Address: send me a message
Web Page:  http://fds.duke.edu/db/aas/Economics/faculty/grabow/publications.html

Office Hours:

By appointment
Education:

Ph.D.Princeton University1967
M.A.Princeton University1964
B.S.Lehigh University1962
Specialties:

Health Economics
Industrial Organization
Law and Economics
Research Interests: Economics of Innovation, Governmental Regulation of Business, and Economics of Pharmaceutical Industry

Current projects:
Testimony and Public Policy Comments

Professor Grabowski specializes in the investigation of economics in the pharmaceutical industry, government regulation of business, and the economics of innovation. His specific interests within these fields include intellectual property and generic competition issues, the effects of government policy actions, and the costs and returns to pharmaceutical R&D. He has been publishing research papers for over four decades, from his earlier work, “The Effects of Regulatory Policy on the Incentives to Innovate: An International Comparative Analysis” with John Vernon and Lacy Glenn Thomas, to his more recent projects including, “Impact of Economic, Regulatory and Patent Policies on Innovation in Cancer Chemoprevention” with Jeffrey L. Moe. His latest research studies include other such titles as, “Mergers and Alliances in Pharmaceuticals: Effects on Innovation and R&D Productivity” with Margaret Kyle; “Should the Patent System for New Medicines Be Abolished?” with J.A. DiMasi; and several others. Professor Grabowski has served as an advisor and consultant to various organizations, offering his ideas and insights gained through his extensive investigations to the National Trade Academy of Sciences, the Institute of Medicine, the Office of Technology Assessment, the Federal Trade Commission, and the General Accounting Office. His latest project involved an analysis for the FTC concerning public policy, competition and investment in the “Next Generation of Biologics.”

Keywords:

Anti-Infective Agents • Antineoplastic Agents • Antiparasitic Agents • Biomedical Research • Biotechnology • Chemoprevention • Clinical Trials as Topic • Cohort Studies • Commerce • Costs and Cost Analysis • Data Collection • Developing Countries • Drug and Narcotic Control • Drug Approval • Drug Costs • Drug Discovery • Drug Industry • Drug Utilization • Drugs, Generic • Drugs, Investigational • Economic Competition • Europe • Formularies as Topic • Health Policy • Health Services Accessibility • Humans • Income • Intellectual Property • Investigational New Drug Application • Law • Legislation, Drug • Liability, Legal • Marketing • Medicaid • Neoplasms • Orphan Drug Production • Patents as Topic • Pediatrics • Pharmaceutical industry • Policy Making • Political science • Poverty • Product Surveillance, Postmarketing • Program Development • Raloxifene • Regression Analysis • Reimbursement, Incentive • Research Support as Topic • Safety • United States • United States Food and Drug Administration • United States Office of Technology Assessment • World Health

Curriculum Vitae
Current Ph.D. Students   (Former Students)

    Postdocs Mentored

    • David Ridley (2002/07-2003/07)  
    Recent Publications   (More Publications)

    1. H.G. Grabowski, C. Brain , A. Taub and R. Guha, Pharmaceutical Patent Challenges: Company Strategies and Litigation Outcomes, American Journal of Health Economics, vol. 3 no. 1 (Winter, 2017), pp. 33-59 [AJHE_a_00066], [doi]
    2. with Richard Manning, Key economic and value considerations in the U.S. market for plasma protein therapies (February, 2018), Bates White Economic Consulting [view]
    3. Grabowski, HG; Marriott, Z; Kovacheva, P; Elzinga, A, One Year after the Launch of the First U.S. Biosimilar Drug: Lessons for the Future? (August, 2017)
    4. Skinner, MW; Hedlund Hoppe, PA; Grabowski, HG; Manning, R; Tachdjian, R; Crone, JF; Youngner, SJ, Risk-based decision making and ethical considerations in donor compensation for plasma-derived medicinal products., Transfusion, vol. 56 no. 11 (November, 2016), pp. 2889-2894 [doi]
    5. Grabowski, H; Long, G; Mortimer, R; Boyo, A, Updated trends in US brand-name and generic drug competition, Journal of Medical Economics, vol. 19 no. 9 (September, 2016), pp. 836-844, Informa UK Limited [doi]


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