Mario Macis

He is Associate Professor of Economics at Johns Hopkins University, where he lectures in microeconomics and the economics of human resources, and is the Academic Programme Director for the master’s degree in Health Care Management. After obtaining a degree in Economic and Social Disciplines from Bocconi University, he received a PhD in Economics from the University of Chicago. His research focuses on the interaction between ethics and economics, global health, experimental economics, labour economics and development economics. He has been a consultant for the World Bank, the International Labour Organization and the United Nations Development Programme. Web page:


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Markets for the human body: exploitation or opportunity?

speaker and coordinator Mario Macis In Italy, as in many other countries, the demand for transplant organs exceeds...