Cancer patients who are also physicians choose less surgery, have longer survival
Would you expect your physician to advise you the same way they would for another physician? What about one whom they knew? These questions were exami…
Stacey Chen is a Professor of Economics at Graduate School of Public Policy, UTokyo. Her research focuses on labor and development economics, emphasizing health, education, and inequality. She received the Japan Center for Economic Research Award in 2021, the Best Taiwan Economic Research Award from Tawain Economics Associate in 2019, and the Career Development Award from Academia Sinica in 2014. She co-founded the Health Cloud Project of Academia Sinica and the Applied Economics Workshop. Dr. Chen received her Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Rochester in 2002 and her undergraduate degree in Economics from the National Taiwan University in 1992.